Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
Aimed for both children and adults, this slapstick crime comedy chronicles the further adventures of Augustin Marleau, the protagonist from the 1991 film The Killer Played Trombone. As in the first film, aspiring actor Marleau (Germain Houde) is still a luckless loser. While performing in a television commercial, the psychotic and wheel-chair bound Elkin (Marc Labreche) shows up and tries to shoot him. Soon afterward Marleau's old nemesis Inspector Grasselli (Raymond Bouchard) shows up to arrest Marleau for the kidnapping of some wealthy captains of industry. Grasselli doesn't have a shred of evidence linking Marleau to the crimes, but that doesn't stop him from his obsession with incarcerating Marleau. Then there is Elkin's gang, several black-clad women who stalk and torment Marleau at every turn.
accusation, criminal, false-accusation, handicap, kidnapping, on-the-run, police, revenge