Univers Tech Store
Univers Tech is a chain of stores specialized in household appliances. When the manager, Patricia (Juliette Plumecocq-Mech) announces that they are going to close the store where Daniel (Grégoire Ludig) and Stéphane (David Marsais) work, the employees on fixed-term contracts, like Daniel, find themselves without a job.
Need to make an inventory, Stéphane volunteers, like the zealous person he is. He is then joined by his colleague Daniel, in need of money. During the night, the ex-singer discovers Stéphane’s talent for finding out the price of objects. He decides to sign up with Stéphane for the game Prix à tout prix.
Univers Tech is a fictional chain of stores. In reality, the store is located in the commercial area of Univers Tech is a fictitious chain of stores. In reality, the store is located in the Darty store in Niort, more precisely in the commercial area of Terre de Sport.
The original idea of the film is based on the robbery of a shopping mall by the local merchants. Not convinced of their idea, very similar to the film Le Grand Bazar by Claude Zidi, they abandoned the idea in favor of that of Jonathan Barré, the director, having seen an article about an American with the surprising gift of withholding the prices of many products.
It’s been 4 years since Patricia made Stéphane believe that he would become manager in the store.
The Darty store in Niort is a household appliance store located in the commercial area of Terre de Sport.
The Terre de Sport commercial zone is located on the Avenue de Limoges. Near the airfield, this zone is developed on a 122 hectare site. Terre de Sport has been developed with respect to the environmental qualities of the site. Three water recovery basins are installed with 7400 trees.
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