Written by Eric Le Roch
Produced by Philippe Braunstein
Fiction / Comédie / 96 min.
Jean vents his spleen from dawn to dusk on every living creature, human or animal. His horrible behaviour finally gets him fired. He decides to go visit his uncle in a retirement home in La Baule, a beach resort. He runs into Antoine, a gentle generous guy who is also heading back to La Baule, where he lives. At first, Jean finds Antoine’s mysticism and goodness infuriating, but he is also attracted by his simple honesty and eventually offers him a ride in his car.
35 mm Couleurs 1.85
Jean : Daniel Prévost
Antoine : Serge Hazanavicius
Virginie : Hélène Vincent
Mado : Lisa Martino
Angèle : Claudine Baschet
M. Parté : Christian Sinniger
Oncle Victor : André Badin
Image : Wilfrid Sempé
Editing : Marie-Hélène Mora
Production design : Farru
Sound : Alain Contrault, Christian Fontaine
Music : Franco Perry
Costumes : Barbara Kraft
Assistant director : Jean-Michel Fouque
Production manager : Vincent Bordes
Festival Premiers Plans, France (1999)
International short film festival, Bulgarie (2004)
Grand Prix du Meilleur Scénario - Festival Premiers Plans, France (1999)
ARTV - Canada
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