Low Cost

Synopsis: When their tour operator vanished without paying their trip back to France, the passengers of Low Cost flight Djerba Beauvais are desperate to go home.
Genre: Comedy
Production: Airborne Films
86 min

The card game?

Yeah, the card game.

- Sure.

- Thank you, Lord!

Face up or face down?

Be right back.

Damn, damn!

Your attention please.

Due to problems with the tour operator,

We are unable to take off

Lobud Jet Airlines regrets

the inconvenience but is not at fault.

The truth is, they're hiding the truth.

Think so?

What makes you think that?

Did De Gaulle Exist?

This is unheard of!

This is disgraceful!

We're made to wait for hours

just to deplane and manage on our own!

At midnight!

Who the hell do you think you are?

Calm down.

Calm down!

Your tour operator went bust.

It's not our fault!

But we paid! 90 euros. Per person!

No, I paid 45 euros.

What? How?

I reserved 6 months ago,

no luggage and I paid cash.


We're all in the same boat.

If I could take off, I would.

Then do it!

I have flight clearance. We've refueled.

But your tour operator...

Don't ram it up our ass!

That might sound crude,

but we've had it up to here!

What'd she say?

I don't speak German.

I get it.


You're a psychopath.

Why say that?

You were all set

to disembowel that loudmouth,

and now you're depressive.

Earlier it was an impulse.

I can't control my impulses.

I just can't stand shouting.

For instance, if I were drowning,

I wouldn't call the lifeguard,

so as not to bother him.

Asking and shouting are beyond me.

One thing makes me really blow a fuse:

If someone honks at me,

or steps on my toes.

I'm afraid of rats, too.

And mice.

Hang on.

Wait a second.

Everyone's got to calm down.

I'm an airline pilot.

Not anymore,

but I know what I'm talking about.

Lay off the FA.

What's the FA?

FA, flight attendants. The crew.

Stop jerking us around!

Ladies and gentlemen,

I have good news!

As compensation,

we're offering you mint tea.

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