Le Glitch When British tourists mysteriously start arriving in the village of Crêpe, the Mayor decides to make some money. He opens a bar, a restaurant and a shop. He even falls in love. Things are going well: The people keep on coming and the cash flows in. Until the neighbouring village Ventrèche finds out and an ancient feud is reignited. Suddenly everyone has a score to settle, including himself.
"Frighteningly orignal...and damn funny!" - Alain Bedin, La Vie Review. "This rural farce is full of great one liners and hilarious moments. It’s sending up small town life, but with a great deal of affection" - David Paul Nixon. "Clever and intriguing" - Paul Bryson. "Wickedly funny!" - Adam Breton, Interface. "Laugh your socks off" - Good Life France Book Review.
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