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Fritkot by Manuel Poutte

Frikot is a documentary directed by the renowned Belgian filmmaker Manuel Poutte and reveals life in and around a "fritures" kiosk, a kind of shop in danger of extinction. By accompanying Valerie, the kiosk-keeper, Poutte portrays a warm side of Belgian society, which puts aside nationalities and social and educational differences around a plate of fries and the kindly maternal conversation of Valerie. - See more at:
Manuel Poutte
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58 min.
Year of release
French, Flamish
Country of production

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