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Damian Haener over 5 years ago
only way to watch is with the original audio.
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Walter Monteiro over 7 years ago
Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis (English: Welcome to the Sticks or Welcome to the Land of Shtis) is a 2008 French comedy film starring Kad Merad, Dany Boon and Zoé Félix. The film has broken nearly every box office record in France: it debuted as the top film with US$31.67 million at 793 sites. As of 28 February 2010, the film had been seen by 20.5 million people in 23 weeks, thereby breaking the record of La Grande Vadrouille (released in 1966). The film has grossed US$194 million in France alone and $245 million worldwide. Philippe Abrams is the manager of the postal service (La Poste) in Salon-de-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône, in southern France. He is married to Julie, whose depressive character makes his life miserable. Philippe does everything to get a job at an office on the Mediterranean seaside to make her happy. As this favourable position will be granted to somebody who is disabled, Abrams decides to pretend that he is. However, the management finds out. As punishment, he is...
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