Michel Gondry's next film is a world away from his last big budget flick, The Green Hornet, and back to what he does best with his trademark cinemalism. This doesn't mean you should expect whimsical cardboard boxes creating the scenery, however. The film, premiering at Cannes later this month, takes place almost entirely inside of a New York City bus in the Bronx.

The stars are 35 kids (to our knowledge none of them trained actors), and the plotline reads that it's a "heartfelt and comical story of the final bus ride home for a group of young high school students and graduates. As kids depart the bus for the last time, we get to learn about these graduates as they step into the world—their love, their conflicts, their despair and their hope."

However, according to IMDB, even though people are describing this as Gondry's most realistic film to date, the movie is categorized as sci-fi. Last year Gondry addressed this in an interview, saying that the kids "travel into the future by mistake and discover a machine that keeps people younger." None of this is shown in this trailer.