Freddy loiters around rural Northern France with his group of friends and his fiance. When a young boy of North African descent shows interest in his girlfriend, Freddy and his friends decide to teach him who rules the town.
This is Bruno Dumont’s first film, it was awarded the Jean Vigo award in 1997. Dumont went on to direct some of France most critically acclaimed films in recent years such as Hadewijch, Camille Claudel 1915 and Slack Bay (Ma Loute)
This film is part of our Beyond the wave, A Summer of French cinema season.
WED 12 JULY | 6.30PM
TUE 25 JULY | 6.30PM
IN FRENCH, English subs
Running time: 1hour 40mins approx.
Open to all | FREE