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Thursday, January 19, 2023

Camping Cosmos. 1996.

Camping Cosmos. 1996.
Camping Cosmos is a 1996 Belgian satirical comedy film and a sequel to La Vie seхuelle des Belges 1950-1978, directed by the same director: Jan Bucquoy.
The movie's tagline is: Revolution, football, beer and frites. It is an unconventional and non-conformist story of the sexual habits of Belgians. Cosmos refers to the eternity of heaven in full contrast with this little campsite where so many people live together with their problems and limited view of the world. It also refers to the Russian cosmonauts who explored space, but who as communists did not believe in an afterworld. And last, the name of this Campsite Cosmos is referring to the sky without limit above the heads of its residents. The picture became a cult film.
The summer of 1986. On a campsite at the Belgian coast - where everybody wants to live in complete freedom and forget the obligations of everyday life - Jan Bucquoy, the delegate of the Ministry of Culture, must bring culture nearer to the working class. He presents things like Bertolt Brecht's play, Mother Courage and Her Children or an interview with the famous writer Pierre Mertens, but the vacationers at this caravan park are more interested in low-brow distractions, like soccer, boxing matches or beauty contests, as well as sexual adventures and temporary romances. One of the actors is dressed up to resemble Tintin.
Director: Jan Bucquoy.
Cast: Jean-Henri Compère, Fanny Hanciaux, Lolo Ferrari, Jean-Paul Dermont, Noe Francq, Claude Semal, Noël Godin, Jacques Calonne, Arno, Herman Brusselmans, Jan Decleir, Jean-Pierre Coopman.
Belgium, 2015.
Languages: French, Dutch.
Subtitles: English, Dutch.
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Camping Cosmos. 1996.
Camping Cosmos. 1996.


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