It might be ~20 years ago that I saw part of this movie on TV in French language (maybe on TV5, maybe on Arte), but I'm not entirely sure it was of French origin. All scenes were calm and without action sequences - it all seemed to be quite dystopian, as if more and more things just stop working. The atmosphere was full of hopelessness and abandonment, and all scenes displayed coldness, mostly through ice - as if it's a slow freezing apocalypse.
- One scene had a guy who was hiding in a locomotive that looked like an ordinary diesel shunting engine in black, but he just used a door to a cabin where the engines are supposed to be. At least one other guy hunted and found him, then they had a brief conversation - the former guy repeatedly said the phrase "le président" amongst other words. Then he was shot by his hunter. Steam was seen (as per the engine, I guess), and both wore long dark coats, protecting them against winter-like weather.
- Another scene had a dozen adults of middle-to-advanced age in a big hall, dressed in fine suits for a party that was no longer going on, and little light. There was a band of 4-7 people that acted like humanoids - they were still playing but nobody wanted it, so one guy was trying to stop them by repeatedly crossing and moving his arms through a light beam from above (in this rather dark hall), as if the band would be switched on/off through that photo sensor. It didn't work.
- Another scene was with the same people and one of them wanted a massage - one female humanoid then came to perform that task, and she looked a bit maniacal (staring). After massagin the person for a while, she broke their arm or leg for no reason - the person screamed. Maybe there was a large pool nearby.
The movie was fully colored and might have been produced during the era of 1980 to 2000. Based on the humanoids (just normal persons/actors), I suppose it's displaying the future. I have no clue who acted in it or what its title could be - but I was always interested in seeing it in full.