By Laura B. Posted Jan 4, 2023 3:02 PM
“Caméra Café” is back on M6. To celebrate its anniversary, the mini-series returns, for one evening only, on January 24, 2023, with a special episode, “Caméra Café: 20 years already”. An episode where we find Bruno Solo, Yvan Le Bolloc’h, Armelle, Alain Bouzigues and many actors from the series.
It’s time for nostalgia, especially in terms of series and humor… If the Unknowns saw their sketches replayed on TF1 in All Unknown and that the same channel is preparing, in 2023, to offer the same thing with A boy a girlthe series Cafe Camerashe makes her return on M6for one evening only, on the occasion of his 20th anniversary. The fiction Camera Café: 20 years already is broadcast on M6 the Tuesday, January 24, 2023. A fiction followed by the documentary Camera Café, 20 years later.
Remember, in September 2001, you met the trade unionist Herve Dumont (Bruno Solo) and the commercial Jean-Claude Convenant (Yvan Le Bolloc’h) in front of their company’s coffee machine. The series in the format of 3 minutes squatted the antenna of M6 for more than 3 years with 570 episodes.
Just over 20 years later, the series who marked the TV exceptionally returns to the air to celebrate the two decades of its creation in the form of a fiction 90 minutes. Realized by Yvan Le Bolloc’h and Bruno Solothis tv movie still tells the daily life of the company, but 20 years later.
In Camera Café: 20 years already, Bruno Solo (Herve), Yvan Le Bolloc’h (Jean-Claude), but also Armelle (Maeva), Alain Bouzigues (Philip), Jeanne Savary (Jeanne), Shirley Bousquet (Nancy), Alexandre Peslé (Sylvain), Gerard Chaillou (Jean-Guy), Valerie Decobert (Fred), Sylvie Loeillet (Carol), Noemie Elbaz (Juju), Philippe Cura (Andre), Chantal Neuwirth (Annie) and Karim Adda (Vince) all reprise their roles from the era. For the occasion, they are joined in particular by Waly Dia and Lucien Jean Baptiste.
The synopsis of Camera Café: 20 years already :
Jean Claude (Yvan Le Bolloc’h) is fired! Having become a has-been in the box transformed into a 2.0 company, his latest scheme gave management the perfect excuse to get rid of him. Charged by the management of Geugène Electro Stim to make Jean-Claude clear off quickly and without a scene, Hervé (Bruno Solo) will help him pack his boxes. In doing so, they will tear down their memories, mixing the great and the small history of the past 20 years.
Over the course of these memories, Hervé and Jean-Claude will renew the bonds of a lost friendship. To the point that Hervé, eaten away by guilt, will eventually crack and admit to Jean-Claude that he was the one who dumped him on the job. He did not have a choice. It was Jean-Claude or him. The break between the two accomplices seems final, but while Jean-Claude’s farewell party comes to invade the party organized by the box that evening, Hervé makes an act of redemption and announces that he is leaving the company to leave with Jean-Claude set up a car wash business, the old dream he had cherished for a long time.