A small and thin barefoot slave (played by Polanski) plays a flute and beats a drum to entertain his large master who rocks in a rocking chair in front of his mansion. The slave jumps and leaps like a madman, wipes his master's brow, feeds him, washes his feet, shades him from the sun with an umbrella and holds a urinal for him.
Noël and Guy, two young Frincheux girls, tired of their condition of eternal unemployed interim, decided to become the Steve Jobs and Larry Page of the Presidency Grown.
Give it time. You'll get over it. Jean celebrates his birthday, gets drunk and recalls the dreadful weekend that led to his break-up with Mathilde.
Moose hunting lesson by Andre «Gros Loup» Gagne from Riviere-Eternite. A Rack Man dancing on country music.
"Sex Galore!" - The aftermath of the summer of pornography 1970 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Live-show-clubs close down. Young Christians protest against the lack of morals.
A tiny Quebec community is thrown into an uproar when a tall young Texan named Bill arrives to claim a farm he has inherited. Bill's inability to speak French, and his apparent unwillingness to learn the language, foments plenty of ill will in the community. The story is resolved with an abundance of warmth and humor, sometimes hokey, sometimes hilarious.
Documentary-style drama about a young African boxer who comes to Paris to try for a boxing career. This film was awarded the Prix Louis-Delluc in 1961and the Golden Leopard at Locarno in 1962.
The rough sea crashing upon rocks.