A documentary comedy captures six days in the lives of three employees of a small electrical contracting company in a Barcelona suburb. Mohamed, a shy Moroccan immigrant, is starting his first trial week. If he does well, he should replace Pepé who is about to retire. However, irritable and stubborn Valero doesn't like this prospect and nitpicks on the smallest mistakes his new colleague could make while also being jealous of his popularity with female customers. Will the protagonists of this humorous character study manage to overcome their prejudice and find an understanding?
Spanish director Neus Ballús studied audiovisual communication and documentary directing in Barcelona. She authored several films which blend documentary and fiction filmmaking. Her feature-length debut La plaga (2013) premiered at the Berlinale. The Odd-Job Men won the best acting award at Locarno and five Gaudí Awards including the one for the best film.
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