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Revolution is no easy thing, even for Noël, an anarchist-comical agitator and imperial troublemaker on the international pastry circuit.
And as the path is long from the great night to the radiant dawn, he may as well travel in a Cadillac.
À condition bien sûr d’en dénicher une, parce que les Cadillacs c’est comme les indignés, plus on en parle, moins on en trouve. On the condition, of course, of unearthing one because Cadillacs are like revolutionaries, the more you talk about them, the harder they are to find.
But in terms of steel, it's a classier ride than being stuck behind bars at the Santé prison in Paris.
Jean-Marc would be the first to agree. He perseveres. Jean-Marc, he's not the type of guy to give up. With him, you need to know how to be content with a lot. For ages, he's focused on direct action, but with Noël he discovers the charms of the armchair revolution.
The two buddies lead us down crooked paths, over barricades, following muses and encounters with folk sympathetic to their cause, irresistibly sucked in by the quest for a better world.