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French Film Festival: Keep an Eye Out (Au poste!)

Sat, Mar 9 / 9 pm
Directed by Quentin Dupieux aka Mr. Oizo
2018, France, 73 min
French with English subtitles

Hapless, moustachioed Fuguain (Gregoire Ludig) has been hauled in to give a statement to Commissaire Buron (Man Bites Dog’s Benoît Poelvoorde) about a corpse he found – and it quickly turns into a banal, exhaustive description of his whole evening, involving a cockroach, a bag of chips, and a TV show about horses. When he’s left alone with a paranoid deputy, Fuguain suddenly finds himself with not one, but two unexplained corpses on his hands.


Alliance Française du Manitoba is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to teaching and promoting French and its diverse culture. For the 5th time, the Alliance Française’s French Film Festival, curated by Damien Ferland and Alan Nobili, will give Winnipeggers the opportunity to see a diverse selection of French feature-length movies.

Reviews

A delightful French comedy, with some genuinely hilarious moments...perfect for one hell of a family movie night.
- David Cuevas, On The Clock  
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