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This film was last shown on 28 June 2017
It’s 1910, and as another summer rolls in, the peculiarly
bourgeoise Van Peteghem family retire to their coastal villa in Northern France.
But when a pair of bumbling detectives arrive to investigate a string of
missing tourist cases, their attention is drawn to the Van Peteghems and a
penniless local family - the Bruforts - and things get more and more bizarre…
Nominated for 9 César Awards in France, including Best
Director, Best Actor and Best Film, Slack Bay is a witty and eccentric romp
filled with stylised slapstick and biting social satire. Guillaume
Deffontaines's widescreen photography is gorgeously sharp, with a hyperreal
feel that counteracts the crude wit and grotesque performances.
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