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Directed by
Ariane Cordeau
France / 2009 / 9:30 minutes

In French with English subtitles
US Premiere
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Woodstock Community Center
10/03/2009, 11:30AM
Woodstock Community Center
10/04/2009, 1:45PM
A woman's car breaks down as she hurries to a meeting. The man who comes her rescue knows nothing about fixing cars but he is willing to help her out in exchange for a little something.
Ariane Cordeau was born in Montreal. In 1994, she graduated from the University of Quebec, with a degree in Communication and Cinema Studies. While living in France for five years, she directed several documentaries and short films including "Pretzelle" and "Maso." She currently works in television as an actress, editor, reporter and show host.
Cast/Featuring: Lionel Becimol, Doris Streibl
Producer(s): Ariane Cordeau
Director(s): Ariane Cordeau
Screenwriter(s): Ariane Cordeau
Cinematographer(s): Nicolas Monterrat
Editor(s): Ariane Cordeau
Composer(s)/Music: Pierre-Yves Drapeau
Sound Editor(s): Pierre-Yves Drapeau

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