Marcel Pagnol adapts a short story by Guy de Maupassant and transposes it to 1950.
The timid professor of a private school is dismissed for false reasons. He soon becomes the puppet of a dishonest politician.
Manon decides to take revenge on the Papet and Ugolin, responsible for the death of her father, and diverts the source that supplies the village with drinking water.
By diverting the source of water from the village of Bastides Blanches, Manon takes revenge on the villagers for their mistreatment of her father.
Renowned architect, but cuckolded husband, Dardamelle proclaims his misfortune everywhere, greatly alarming his wife and her lover.
Marcel Pagnol, who reunites with his mentor Alphonse Daudet, has the ambition to film several "LETTERS".
The windmill of master Cornille is the only one still in operation since a steam-powered mill was installed.
The Three Low Masses is a Christmas story by Alphonse Daudet, published in 1875 in the collection "Monday Tales", and included in 1879 in the collection "Letters from My Windmill".
"The Ladies' Terror" or "This Pig of a Morin" is a French film by Jean Boyer.
TV adaptation by Marcel Pagnol of the play by Alexandre Dumas the younger, directed by François Gir.
13 years after his 'Letters from my Windmill', Marcel Pagnol completes his adaptation with 'The priest of Cucugnan', produced for television.