Trade unionist Michel (Jean-Pierre Daroussin) is tasked with announcing the names of 20 men who will be made redundant from their jobs. His own name is among the 20. Even though he did not need to submit it to the ballot, his sense of fair play and comradeship obliged him to. Family and friends rally round and, as a thirtieth anniversary present Michel and his wife Marie-Claire (Ariane Ascaride) are given the opportunity to travel to Tanzania to see Mount Kilimanjaro. However, they are brutally robbed before they can go, leaving Michel injured. Then a lucky chance leads Michel to discover who robbed him - another of the redundant workers, Christophe (Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet).
Curzon Cinema, Wed 25th Sep, times tbc.
Tickets £6.80 adults, £4.80 concessions, available by calling 01323 731441 or in person at the Box Office (15:00-19:00 daily).