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Fabrice loves his job: harassing suppliers to get a better price. But when his anxiously-awaited promotion passes him by, he becomes resentful, humiliated, and fed-up with this company and its new codes of conduct dictated by the Environment, Hygiene, and Safety department. EHS was created to combat risks, accidents, and unlucky events by teaching you to use a fire extinguisher or a pen, to piss straight… But these ridiculous and outrageous new rules lead the entire team into a series of Kafkaesque situations and Fabrice suddenly sees a way to bring his company to its knees.
Jacky Schwartzmann is a crime author and a peerless writer of dialogue. With his precise and tense page layout and his well-rounded character reminiscent of Lino Ventura, Morgan Navarro’s page direction is worthy of an Audiard film.