When 43-year-old hairdresser Suze Trappet finds out that she's seriously ill, she decides to go looking for a child she was forced to abandon when she was only 15. On her madcap bureaucratic quest she crosses paths with JB, a 50-year-old man in the middle of a burnout, and Mr. Blin, a blind archivist prone to overenthusiasm. The unlikely trio set off on a hilarious and poignant helterskelter journey across the city in search of Suze's long-lost child.
The movie is dedicated to Terry Jones, former member of the Monty Python deceased in January 2020, who had played in two of Albert Dupontel's movies: The Creator (1999) (as God) and Locked Out (2006) (as a homeless person). Incidentally another former member of the Monty Python plays in the present movie: Terry Gilliam (as a hunter in the advertising). Albert Dupontel has said the Monty Python are a source of inspiration for his work. See more »