La très très grande entreprise

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La très très grande entreprise
Directed by Pierre Jolivet
Produced by Charles Gassot and Jacques Hinstin
Starring Roschdy Zem
Marie Gillain
Jean-Paul Rouve
Adrien Jolivet
Guilaine Londez
Music by Manu Katché
Edited by Yves Deschamps and Charlotte Theillard
Release date
  • 5 November 2008 (2008-11-05)
Running time
102 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $7.8 million
Box office $2.3 million[1]

La très très grande entreprise (English title: The Very Very Big Company) is a French comedy film directed by Pierre Jolivet and released in France in November 2008. It is an indirect follow-up to his film Ma petite entreprise, the story of which is set nine years before that of La très très grande entreprise.


Four friends - an oyster-farmer, an accountant’s assistant, a restaurateur and a blue-collar worker - decide to take on a multi-national agro-chemical company with a turnover of €9bn and which has been polluting their region on a large scale. Having been awarded a paltry amount of compensation, they decide to seek true justice. They have however just 30 days to uncover vital new evidence ...



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