Luc Moullet – La Comédie du travail AKA The Comedy of Work (1987)

Actually the comedy of unemployment, which is defined as possibly the worst, or maybe the best, thing that ever happened to this film’s group of protagonists: a middle-aged loan officer, his successful wife, a champion of professional joblessness (and mountain-climbing enthusiast), and the employment agency professional who falls passionately in love with him. This film’s honest work involves potatoes, ditch-diggers, a wheelbarrow, doomed love, jam in bed, and gunfire involving dueling employment agencies. Winner of the Prix Jean Vigo at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.

699MB | 1h 24m | 560×416 | avi


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