A French public servant from Provence is banished to the far North. Strongly prejudiced against this cold and inhospitable place, he leaves his family behind to relocate temporarily there, with the firm intent to quickly come back.
Vincent is about to become a father. At a meeting with childhood friends he announces the name for his future son. The scandalous name ignites a discussion which surfaces unpleasant matters from the past of the group.
Alexandre de La Patellière,
The Béliers are ordinary people: Rodolphe and Gigi are married, have two children and run their farm for a living. Ordinary people? Well, almost... since three of them, Dad, Mum and their son Quentin, are deaf. Which is not the case of the boy's big sister, Paula. And not only can she speak but her music teacher scouts her beautiful voice as well. He offers her to sit for the entrance exam of the Maîtrise de Radio France, a vocal elite choir in Paris. Her parents, who rely on her as their ears and mouth in the outside world, take the news badly. Paula, who hates the idea of betraying her parents and her brother, goes through a painful dilemma...Written by
Since the moment I watched the trailer I told myself: "I have to see this movie." And it was worth it. Sometimes you don't need cars exploiting, a super mega plot twist, fantasy creatures or a whole new fictional world, sometimes you just need a heartwarming movie like this one. This is a nice film to see with your family, partner or friend. It has romance, comedy and a great ending. The movie gives you a different perspective of a unique family that like every other family has to deal with their own problems and issues. I give it an 8 because I felt they rushed to get to the conclusion but besides that the rest is great. The music and the way Eric portrayed it in the movie was amazing. Go watch it in theaters and let Louane Emera's voice take your breath.
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