Agit Pop, a decade-old cultural magazine, is putting an end to its publication as a result of serious financial difficulties. The completion of the elegant final issue should be an occasion for old friends, enemies and lovers to reunite. However, the wrap up session gradually turns into a disaster of biblical proportions.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Nicolas Pariser was born in Paris in 1974. After starting law school, followed by several years of history of art, philosophy and film at the University, he worked briefly in a cultural magazine and in film production with Pierre Rissient. Agit Pop is his third short film after Le jour où Ségolène a gagné and La République (for which he received the Jean Vigo award in 2010).