French hours
 n.— «During Phone Booth, no lunch breaks were taken because all of the staff agreed not to take lunch breaks (food was simply available for crew to grab and eat when they could) versus normal movies where there a very specifically set times or hour metrics that determine exactly when each meal must occur and the entire production stops while the crew eats.  In short, French Hours mean moving more quickly and more efficiently while still retaining the same quality.» —“French Hours” by Ross Strategize July 21, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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