Michel Gondry is an impresario of whimsy, as established with "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," "The Science of Sleep" and "Be Kind Rewind." His newest film, "Microbe & Gasoline," scales back on the dreamlike plotlines but maintains Gondry's sense of limitlessness. It's about two outsider teenagers who band together to create a makeshift house on wheels.
The Huffington Post has an exclusive clip that shows off said vehicle-abode, which gives the movie's protagonists (played by newcomers Théophile Baquet and Ange Dargent) a humorous run-in with the law. "Microbe & Gasoline," which opened abroad last year and stars Audrey Tautou, hits select U.S. theaters on Friday.