A Flemish fable with elements and mustaches you won't find in most American movies. Teenager Marva Vereecken (Eva van der Gucht) glumly sings at local Europop contests because her dad, Jean (Josse De Pauw), thinks she could be a star. (In Belgium, the name "Marva" evidently carries the weight "Janis" would here.) And while the overweight, homely and resentful Marva does indeed shine when singing for fun at children's puppet shows, she's no Debbie (Thekla Reuten), the single-named star of music and tabloids. Debbie, meanwhile, is dominated by media-mogul Michael (Victor Löw), and would like nothing better than to be a grease monkey. Shortly after Je...