Once upon a time… That’s how all fairy tales begin, and the same goes for the Gacilly photo festival, transforming a small Breton village at the edge of the Brocéliande forest into an immense, outdoor exhibition with 300 photographs, open day and night for four months. La Gacilly’s fairy tale also begins with a grandmother’s recipe: an herbal cure for hemorrhoids. A young man from the village named Yves decides to bottle and sell it. And thus beg the saga of the worldwide cosmetics brand Yves Rocher.
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