In 2016, the touching story of a farmer who decides to walk to the Paris International Agricultural Show from his Algerian countryside in the company of Jacqueline, moved all of France. Jacqueline is none other than the cow in the title of the film “One Man and his Cow” that won the Grand Prix, the Audience Award and the Interpretation Award for Fatsah Bouyahmed at the Alpe d’Huez Comedy Film Festival. At the helm of this little cinematic miracle is Mohamed Hamidi, who previously directed “Né quelque part” in 2013. In this film, he directed Jamel Debbouze, of whom he is the artistic director and author of numerous sketches at Marrakech du Rire. He then enlisted the talented Gilles Lellouche, Sabrina Ouazani and Malik Bentalha to tell us that “Jusqu’ici tout va bien” (so far so good) and won the Audience Award at the Alpe d’Huez comedy film festival. He then reunited with his trusted co-writer, Alain-Michel Blanc from Saint-Malo, to narrate the peregrinations of “Une belle équipe” (a beautiful team) of female footballers from the North of France in a game that brings together Kad Merad, Alban Ivanov, Sabrina Ouazani and Laure Calamy.