Sure enough: God exists. He lives in Brussels with his wife and daughter, but don’t go imagining a kind-hearted god, but an unbelievable moron who spends his days sitting in front of a computer. His daughter rises up against him when he decides to text all humans the date of their death. The director of Mr. Nobody returns to Sitges with a satire where God is in the bull’s-eye.
Jaco van Dormael
This Belgian filmmaker was a children’s theater director before making the big leap to film. He picked up the Golden Camera Award at the Cannes Festival with his debut movie Toto the Hero (91). In Sitges, he presented Mr. Nobody (09).