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Schoot conduite

TV show Call My Agent (2015)
Norman Thavaud's driving school in Ten Percent is soberly called Schoot conduite.
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“- The rule is the rule for everyone. I had to wait a long time to get my papers. Every time I went to the prefecture with my file, I was told to come back the following week. I waited like that for ten years, but in the end I got my papers.

– Yes, but… I’m sorry, but two months is too long. There’s another comedian who’ll take his place.

– Are you telling me that making a film is more important than having your papers? That Monsieur Thavaud’s life is more difficult than mine?”

The director of the driving school (Denis Mpunga) and Gabriel (Grégory Montel)

For the third time, Norman Thavaud fails his driving test. Problem is, he needs it quickly to be able to shoot in Jacques Audiard’s film. Gabriel (Grégory Montel), his agent, tries to convince the director of the driving school (Denis Mpunga) to give him a new date quickly.

But very quickly, Gabriel is going to fall on stronger than him; the director who does not intend to depart from the rule simply for a story of film shooting. Norman will have to wait until June 16, two months later, to try again.

Entitled Schoot conduite in the series, the driving school is actually called School Conduite. On the screen you can see “Bassoff Street”. This street does not exist in Paris, it was renamed in reference to the director of the post-production, Eric Bassoff.

2019

The first ever foreign adaptation of the series aired in 2019 in Quebec. There, this new series is called Les Invisibles.

Schoot Conduite's scene in Call my agent
Schoot Conduite’s scene in Call my agent (Photo credit: France Télévisions)
Schoot Conduite's scene in Call my agent
Schoot Conduite’s scene in Call my agent (Photo credit: France Télévisions)
Schoot Conduite's scene in Call my agent
Schoot Conduite’s scene in Call my agent (Photo credit: France Télévisions)

Driving School School Conduite Paris 16

Located in the rue de l’Assomption, the driving school School Conduite offers car, motorcycle and scooter training.

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By Damien Duarte

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

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