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by Jean-Michel Ribes


A day at L’Hirondelle café, in a small suburban square, opposite the cemetery. Right from when it opens at 6.30am until it closes at 10.30pm, clients come in, drink, talk, go out, come back, drink and talk some more. They create a curious spoken opera, soft and comical music, a hymn of wild thoughts produced from the pleasure of being together, a glass of white wine in hand.

original title: Brèves de comptoir
country: France
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Jean-Michel Ribes
film run: 100'
release date: FR 24/09/2014
cast: Chantal Neuwirth, Didier Bénureau, Christian Pereira, Laurent Gamelon, Annie Grégorio, Régis Laspalès
cinematography by: Philippe Guilbert
film editing: Scott Stevenson
art director: Patrick Dutertre
music: Reinhardt Wagner
producer: Dominique Besnehard, Michel Feller
production: Mon Voisin Productions, France 3 Cinéma, Cinéfrance, Ulysse Productions
distributor: Diaphana Distribution
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