Saoud is the king of his neighborhood in Saint Etienne, France. A rumor comes up that he might have stolen money from the local mosque. Saoud faces a violent series of accusations which will lead to his fall and exile.
Christophe M. Saber
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The plot is based on dialogues, as if it were a theater play. But the acting, the location, the shots, the pace of editing make it an energetic little piece of film, a very entertaining comedy. The great care for details enhances the fun. You'll never forget this short film!
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