Politics is too serious a thing not to give rise to comical films or series - in appearance.
signed Jean-Pascal Zadi and François Uzan (on Netflix), which says true and profound things wrapped in a fine gauze of humor and insolence.
Stéphane Blé (already, the name…) is an educator from Seine-Saint-Denis who goes out of his way in his neighborhood to prevent (often in vain) young people from going wrong.
Crossing a candidate for the presidential election in the campaign at the foot of the towers of HLM in his city, he challenges him and launches some well-felt and well-shot reproaches which make the buzz - the sequence was filmed.
TVs have fun measuring his popularity, he is credited with a promising score, his friends, those disgusted with classic politics and interested “black barons”, excite him a little and presto!
here he is propelled into the race for the Élysée.
Better: overtaken by their turpitude, his adversaries give up in turn...
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