After its remarkable reunification of the two Koreas, Joel Pommerat is back with a different tone to the piece, but typical of its author / director.
2 stories. 2 times. 60s. 2000s. In the first, a young man, inexperienced in sales, joined a group of four mature sellers. In the second, four men of mature age, beginners in the field of sales, receive advice and encouragement of a young chef.
"This piece was for me, writing Pommerat a way to stage the values, ideologies that guide and underpin human behavior today. [...]
A way to show how this trade activity in the very heart of our society influences our way of thinking ourselves, our way of conceiving what a human being, and relationships. I wanted to show how the logic of trade can generate confusion in our minds, especially as regards our great moral principles.
By showing these characters in professional sellers, while the bottom of the hierarchy of the system, like soldiers a little misguided but nevertheless convinced and faithful, I mainly wanted to talk about all of us, ordinary citizens, immersed in this world of pretense and real values ??diverted and manipulated more or less consciously. "