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Roxane

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Raymond, a chicken farmer in Brittany finds himself threatened with bankruptcy when the big supermarkets decide to cut out the local farms from their trade. Inspired by his favourite play, Cyrano de Bergerac, Raymond hatches a plan to save his farm and his business through the art of theatre. Launching online videos with the help of his neighbour and his loyal chicken Roxane as the star, Raymond finds his once hidden passion for theatre exposed in a bid to save his farm.

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Starring

Guillaume de Tonquédec, Léa Drucker, Lionel Abelanski

Directed by

Mélanie Auffret

Written by

Mélanie Auffret, Michaël Souhaité

Country Of Origin

France

Language

French

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