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Le Fils De L'Epicier (The Grocer's Son)

  • Foundation Coffee House Sevendale House, Lever Street Manchester, M1 1JB (map)
 

 

Thirty-year-old Antoine leaves Paris and reluctantly return to the south of France for the summer to look after the family mobile grocery van while his father recovers from a heart attack. He gradually warms to his experience in the hills and his encounters with the villagers, in the process rediscovering life and loss in the countryside.

Evocatively capturing the bucolic beauty of provincial France, the gentle feel-good charmer sparkles with quirky humour and joie de vivre and guarantees to warm hearts with its classic story of a man finally coming of age.

"Eric Guirado's film is so radiantly natural and so relaxed - you bask in it."
- The Telegraph

 



Our screenings are intimate but relaxed, held at the beautiful Foundation Coffee House, with a maximum audience size of around thirty people.

Doors open at 6:30pm and the film will begin at 7pm.

Tickets: £5 / £3.50 / £0

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Directed by:
Éric Guirado

Year:
2007

Country:
France

Language:
French (English subtitles)

Running time:
96 mins

BBFC age rating:
12

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