In Zone Interdite, this lunar sentence in English which allows a 25-year-old man to land a job as a waiter on a permanent contract at Disneyland totally bluffs M6 viewers

“Forbidden Zone” was backstage at Disneyland on Sunday March 20. A rather incredible dive into the universe of the amusement park visited each year by more than 30,000 people a day. M6 has followed several people over the long term, such as a family who works for Disneyland (the father, the mother and the two daughters), Jessica, a snag who spends girlish sums to satisfy her passion for Disney, or even Antonin, a young man 25 years old who intends to land his first permanent contract at Disneyland.

In “Zone Interdite”, Antonin was followed step by step, and it started with his job interview. A dating job manager organized on weekends at Disneyland which needs to recruit 1000 waiters for its 59 restaurants. It is for one of these positions that Antonin applies. This man’s shyness is obvious, but he seems to be full of good will and he has a few experiences to show off. Except that there is a big problem: English. When the Disneyland recruiter asks him a question in the language of Shakespeare, Antonin loses all his means. He is content to know how to say his name, his first name, his age. After that, it’s total white. Clearly he doesn’t speak English, not even a little bit. However, with one sentence, he will tip the scales in his favor. As part of his presentation, he says “I have a cat, a dog, a horse, and a chicken”. Which means: “I have a cat, a dog, a horse and a chicken”. At this point, frankly, we think it’s done for Antonin and everyone watching the show must feel bad for him. However, the recruiter says he is seduced by his profile and thinks that Antoine will have plenty of time to improve in English. It is therefore taken in CDI speaking of horse and chicken. Between total surprise and slight depression, viewers of “Zone Interdite” do not know how to welcome this news.

Obviously, on his first day, Antonin will find himself helpless in front of German and English customers, not understanding at all what they are saying. But, helped by a benevolent colleague, the 25-year-old will pull through. And gradually take out insurance that will then allow him to carry out his work as a waiter at Disneyland without too many false notes. Even if at the sight of the last images of the report of “Forbidden Zone”, English still remains a language to work for him.

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