[Both speak in stereotypical French accents so thick that if one were to close their eyes, they would assume they are listening to Pepe Le Pew speaking to Inspector Clouseau – WARNING: DO NOT CLOSE YOUR EYES]
Truff: Why do we not just start with the basics, yes?
God: We are French filmmakers, no?
Truff: Precisely. Eh…le New Wave?
God: The French New Wave, yes? This is a kind of filmmaking we did, no?
God: This is a film you made, yes?
Truff: No, this is how do you say one that you made?
God: With Richard Gere, no?
Truff: This one you are referring to is a how do you say remake?
God: You see Richard Gere’s pepe in this film, no?
Truff: He did how do you say things with a gerbil?
God: You do not say.
God: Shoot the Piano Player is a French film, yes?
Truff: This is how do I say a movie I made?
Truff: 400 Blows and Jules et Jim?
God: These are how do you say pornographic films?
Truff: People in berets, smoking cigarettes, shot in black and white, no?
God: These are what are films are like, yes? No?
Truff: How do you say ‘we’?