Frenchie writer-director Bernard Rapp's Pas si grave (2003) tells the tale of three brothers who hightail it to Spain to swipe a statue of the Virgin Mary and please their dying pa. Pa is director extraordinaire Alejandro Jodorowsky, and many years ago he and his lady (Pascale Roberts) slipped out of Spain and headed to Belgium to get away from the civil war and all its pain. There they adopted the trio of kiddoes the story follows—each was from a unique ethnic background, and each was raised to become an artist in his own right. Now grown, the bros (Sami Bouajila, Jean-Michel Portal, and Romain Duris) are on a criminal mission from dear old dad that might just bring them closer together . . . if it doesn't land them in the slammer. Keep your eyes peeled for Leonor Varela's slammin' can and magnificent mammers!