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Artus de Penguern
Artus de Penguern,
I saw this little film some years ago and I remind it as if it was yesterday. The actors are totally unknown to me. But the characters are solid, convincing. The story of an arab worker who has to find a new job, succeeds in that and finally discovers that his good french and white employers are no more no less than crooks, ruthless guys, who impose upon old people's kindness and incredulity.
The poor lead "hero" - the Arab worker - is the only one in this film who can deserve our sympathy. It's nevertheless a realistic point of view of what human kind actually is.
You can feel dizzy to see this movie. But I highly recommend it.
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