Leos Carax’s provocative work of art will surely puzzle at first, but as you dwell in with it, you will learn how incredible it is. It is funny, tragic, stimulating and surreal. He begins as a beggar and lastly to a monstrous subterranean troll nicknamed. He kidnaps Kay M (Eva Mendes), speeds around the city in a limousine at the behest of a dubious organization, and his decisions are generally horrible. As the film converges to form a poetic metaphor, you can’t miss the ever-changing modes of the daily experience together with the voyeuristic nature of movie going. Céline (Edith Scob) is another notable character who supports Lavant’s actions and obviously empowers him. It all began from a mournful deathbed scene where we see a dark movie theater occupied by viewers. As the camera rests on the audience, we are taken to a man who lies on a bed and just beside him a sleepy dog. When he gets up from the bed, the next thing we know is that he is next to an airport. One of the walls is depicted to be covered with wallpaper and the story continues.