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I have seen this Video (actually as a DVD) when I was with some friends in France and we had a lot of fun.
It is supposed to be some kind of "how-to" video, a parody of some (serious) ones you have maybe seen or heard about. Except here it is about how to FAIL your professional life.
Dominique Farugia is the narrator and you see him behind a desk around which is often walking a top-less woman ... totally for free! The show is divided into sections like "how to leave a bad impression on your first day at work" or "how to be sure NOT to be productive" etc. , each one being illustrated live , mainly by Jean-Paul Rouve and Maurice Barthélémy.
There are a few quotes which are becoming cult among my friends (even those who haven't seen the show yet) like "Totalement détendu !" ("totally relaxed") ;-)
For all those who like the Robin des Bois' or Les Nuls' humour, I strongly suggest La Stratégie de l'Echec !
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