George, a man whose lack of imagination only equals his lack of ambition, is arguing with his wife. Fighting against both his despair and his midlife crisis, he is wandering in the streets of Paris when a curious vintage car runs over his dog. The driver, a strange unsympathetic old man, suggests him to go to old Said's minimarket to get that tragedy fixed. In such a magical place, it seems like you can find everything. Everything indeed. Literally speaking. Even happiness ?
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Nicolas Slomka and Matthieu Rumani were two very different but passionate students before life made them cross each other’s way. They started making short movies aired on the Internet that met success and opened them many doors. At that point they decided to direct their first professional short movie, Last Markdown, in which they put all of themselves with great pleasure for more than a year.