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Taking as its departure point the 1993 opening of the Channel Tunnel, Là Bas is a playful burlesque on cultural difference, eccentricity and passion. Using different locations, Kötting knits together an imaginary tunnel, with tickets sold like a seaside attraction, through which one walks between England and France (the interior shots of the tunnel are of the Greenwich foot tunnel), and which is subject to random and sudden closure like many other British forms of transport.

  1. Andrew Kötting

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Olivier Wurtz

    Jean-Luc

  2. Roberta Fox

    Angeline

  3. Michael Gunn

    Geordie

  4. Charlie Condou

    Charlie Condou

    Kid with mouth fixation

  5. James Hooton

    Kid with hyperactivity

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Là-bas (Down There)

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Status Released

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  • January 2, 1994
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 19m

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