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Sis Dies Corrents

"Neus Ballús's The Odd-Job Men is a quiet, lovely little film that charts a week in the life of three "odd-job men" on the outskirts of Barcelona."

Sis Dies Corrents 
(The Odd Job Men)  2021 Catalonia    Comedy

Director : Neus Ballús

Starring : Mohamed Mellali  
Valero Escolar   Pep Sarrà

1hr 25min

The film recounts a week in the life of Valero, Moha and Pep, workers of a small plumbing and electricity company on the outskirts of Barcelona. Moha, the youngest, will have to prove that he is ready to replace Pep, who is retiring. But Valero believes Moha "doesn't give the profile." 
A dramatic comedy that blurs the boundaries between a fictional film and a documentary, the film exposes the racial prejudices of Catalan society. It tracks the day-to-day lives of three plumbers/electricians (played by semi-professional actors) on the outskirts of Barcelona.  She presents dialogues in Spanish, Catalan and Berber. 

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