Les Tuche & la caméra

Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Nicolas Salet
Production: Pathé Distribution

Welcome to Bouzolles in the Department of Limarais,...

one of those villages known only to its inhabitants.

Even maps of France ignore it.

This is Papi Jacquou, my great-great-grandfather.

Only commoners don't work, he had convinced the village...

to maintain him, instead of working.

Without realizing it, he had invented unemployment.

Hey, Tuche!

Today, nothing has changed.

Who gets up early in the morning. And prevents people from sleeping?

The bosses.

They exploit the planet and so what if they fart?

That's my dad, Jeff Tuche. Like Papi Jacquou,...

he tried to persuade the village to maintain him,...

but to his surprise,...

the people refused.

Oh, oh, the bosses!

Then my father's soul met its death,...

when went to work at Billasse as ball bearing inspector.

18 years as ball bearing inspector.

And one morning...

I've been fired!

Long live Europe, long live the Bulgarians!

Jeff, I just heard. We'll go to management.

Certainly not, wretch! I'm unemployed, Monnier!

I'm unemployed!

That was it, Papi Jacquou...

could finally rest in peace.

The honor of the Tuches was safe.

Unemployed, my father was able to pursue his passion, football.

Come on, go ahead.

These are the youngest of the Bouzolles football club.

My father trains them. They lost a fifth game in a row.

You've fought well.

You should be able to sleep well.

Everyone goes home.


Your trash, pig!

~ I'm calling the police.

~ Go on home,...

you're scaring the birds.

We've had enough of your shit.

~ Layabout!

~ Jealous!

Rather redo the front of your wife!

Repeat that!

I don't have the time.

Good night, Monnier.

That's my mom,...

Cathy Tuche.

She loves us with all her heart.

My mother always managed things so that we had enough to eat.

Scalloped or fried, or both on weekends.

For Mom, the thing is Monaco.

Especially Stphanie. She loves her.

Like a sister. So when she's sad,...

she broods about Stphanie.




~ Cathy! Come eat!

~ OK, OK, I'm coming!

~ The music, turn it down!

~ All right!

I can your tell more about the village.

My sister Stphanie.

My mother wanted to name her Grace Kelly, but the mayor refused.

She was elected Miss Bouzolles and wants to be a star.

Here's Wilfried, my brother. He was almost named Albert.

He spent half his life in this chair...

the other half on the sofa.

He's unemployed, just like Dad.

You're educating yourself?

~ Yeah.

~ Beautiful body.

Okay, my Quack-Quack?

Quack-Quack, that's me.

My parents called me Donald,...

because the midwife said she saw me:...

What are you going to name this duckling?

At that, my Dad said "Right, then: Donald!"

My grandmother, Granny Suze.

She drinks Suze from morning to night.


She lost her mind when her dog Teuber died.

It gave her a shock. Since then, she says "vazniek ",...

and she had Teubi stuffed.

When you come to Bouzolles, ask about the Tuches. You'll be told:...

When Jeff Tuche got fired, he changed.

Unemployed, he got a big head.

They have poached trout and sold them off at my place!

It affected the whole family.

He came at night to decorate the Christmas tree with his socks!

A multinational! Gain: 60 Euros!

He offered 20 euros one day to bless his soul,...

and his children aren't baptized!

A bastard.


We, the Tuches, we're not rich but we are happy.

Oh, I don't have four arms! Give me a break!

Fries, I'll get right into it.

Maggot, you're not fat.

Play sports.


Books, yes.

Did you see the newsletter?

It's OK, some bad notices.

I say this to you.

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