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    Human resources

    • Year Released: 1999
    Human Resources (French: Ressources humaines) is a 1999 French film directed by Laurent Cantet. As the name implies, the subject of the film is the workplace and the personal difficulties that result from conflicts between management and labour, corporations and individuals. It stars Jalil Lespert. Most of the other actors are non-professionals. It won numerous international awards and was one of the featured films at the 2005 Traverse City Film Festival. It is available on DVD with English subtitles. Set in Gaillon, Normandy, the movie tells the story of "good son" Franck (Jalil Lespert), who returns to his hometown to do a trainee managerial internship in the Human Resources department of the factory where his anxious, taciturn father has worked for 30 years. At first Franck is lauded by both friends and family for breaking through the glass ceiling and becoming "white-collar". But very soon hidden envy and rivalries erupt. Franck forms a friendship with Alain, a young worker whom his father has mentored. This mentoring in the blue-collar workforce is contrasted with the cagier, trust-less mentoring Franck receives in the white-collar world from his own supervisor,
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