Moving. Demanding. Unclassifiable. Rare. These are the words given to the gay film that Director Géraud Champreux is invited to present in a sleepy seaside town, but those same words also describe this irresistibly funny and sometimes absurdist comedy. Géraud is drawn into the lives of the locals including the handsome young projectionist obsessed with him, the snotty hotel desk girl hoping to become an actress and the slightly neurotic theater owner embroiled in a heated lesbian affair of her own. My Life With James Dean is above all charming and unique.