The 2016 Cinema Mondays series, produced by the University of Concepción Cultural Corporation, presents the French film “A Man and His Cow”. Screenings will be on Monday, November 21, at 15:00, 19:00 and 21:30 in the UdeC Theater. Entrance fee: $1,200 (general audience), $600 (students).
Fatah is an Algerian peasant who has never left the countryside, and only has eyes for his cow Jacqueline. He dreams to take her to the Paris International Agricultural Show. After receiving an invitation to go there, he takes a boat to Marseille and then walks to Paris. It’s a true chance for adventure for this man and his cow. With Fatsah Bouyahmed and Lambert Wilson, among others.
Director: Mohamed Hamidi / Country: France / Duration: 97 minutes / For audiences over 14 years old.
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