Emmaus Lescar's village of Lescar: filming location for I Feel Good
Shot in August 2017, the film I Feel Good will be released in theatres on September 26th with Jean Dujardin and Yolande Moreau in the lead roles. The story is that of a poor man who aspires to only one thing: to become rich. But in the meantime, he goes to the Emmaus village run by his sister. The clash of these two very opposite world views gives this comedy by the two directors of Mammuth and Le Grand Soir.
Autonomy and self-sufficiency are the watchwords of this village. Waste recycling, farming, mechanics, computers, hundreds of volunteers, salaried trainees, companions or volunteers are working for a better future. Open to all, the Village also offers solidarity building sites as well as numerous activities throughout the year.
Members of the village were able to attend the film’s preview on September 7 with the film crew.
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