Old disused factory La Couronne
Determined to strike hard, Jean-Pierre (Albert Dupontel) and Not (Benoît Poelvoorde) decide to organize “Le Grand Soir”. To attract the crowd, the latter places an ad in a hypermarket, giving an appointment in front of the former Leroy Merlin. It is actually a former abandoned factory La Couronne.
Unfortunately for them, the two brothers find themselves empty-handed. It is then that their father (Areski Belkacem) comes up with the idea of writing a message with the letters of the various signs.
Following the attack on Nicolas Sarkozy in Brax in 2011, Kervern and Delépine launched a call inviting the attacker Hermann Fuster to the shooting. He is filmed in the role of a security guard who grabs the “dog punk” played by Benoît Poelvoorde.
Le Grand Soir is the5th film of the duo of directors Kervern and Delépine.
CEPAP (Compagnie Européenne de Papeterie), also known as La Couronne, is a paper company founded in 1922 in the town of the same name.
Acquired by the Mouillefarine family in 1922, the former small paper mill has become over the years a major group occupying in 1981 the first European rank in envelope manufacturing. Since 1997, the compa... Learn more about La Couronne
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