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As everyone knows, children make no difference between social classes, skin colors or religions. But then why does Corentin, Paul and Sofia's nine-year-old son, only have friends like him at Bagnolet's school? And when his friends all leave for a private school in Paris, his parents are frightened. From now on, Corentin is the only one in his class. But the only what?Written by
Irony in that most of the creative people involved in this have their kids in private school
First of all I don;p mind films that use social themes as long as they are relevant, integrated intelligently into the film; not artificially forced.
This film's PC message is hamhanded, forced and anything but subtle.
As some of you who follow the french media know, quite of few of the creatives in this film wagging its finger at the audience to give it a "lesson" have their own kids in the best private schools. hmmmm, hypocrisy much?
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