Cannibalism may not be everyone’s idea of funny, but French director Bruno Dumont (L’Humanité, Hadewijch) elevates it to ghoulish camp in this slapstick skewering of the French bourgeoisie. Fabrice Luchini and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi play fatuous aristocratic wannabes summering on the Channel coast in 1910; they enjoy the “beauty” of the local fisherfolk, who in turn view tourists as their next plat du jour. Adding a surrealistic dimension are Didier Després as a rotund detective and Cyril Rigaux as his shrimpy sidekick—clad in black suits and bowlers, they’re Laurel and Hardy by way of Magritte. Dumont tips his hat to Luis Buñuel’s The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, but this fanciful satire lacks Buñuel’s bite. With Juliette Binoche, hamming it up as the Luchini character’s imperious sister. In French with subtitles.