Odette is a 8-yr-old girl who loves to dance and draw. Once she has become an adult, Odette realizes she was abused, and immerses herself body and soul in her career as a dancer while trying to deal with her past.
Gabrielle is a "statue" for tourists, much to the chagrin of her teenage son. Elsa is in angry at the world and desperate to become pregnant. Mao is a chronically depressed video game ... See full summary »
José Nunes and Maxime Charasse are friends and minority partners in a struggling construction company. Faced with the need to protect their interests, they make a radical decision and find themselves bound by a dark secret.
In order to participate with medal options in the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games, the national coach of France decides to form a basketball team composed mostly of fake mentally retarded. ... See full summary »
At the age of 37, Simon is a seasoned doctor, who works with death every day in his department of pneumology. As a good professional, he learned to protect himself. But when her mother is ... See full summary »
Romane and Philippe separate. After 10 years together, two children and a dog, they do not love each other anymore. They give birth to a "separation": two separate apartments, communicating only through the room of their children.
Gauthier, a young journalist, learns through his mother that he's the illegitimate son of Guy Jamet, an aging French pop singer who was famous from the '60s to the '90s. As the old-time ... See full summary »
Beatrice celebrates with her family the release of her book: she tells about the accident of her husband Frederic. He became blind and without filter - always so funny and seductive, he is ... See full summary »
Sara Forestier originally was cast in the main role. But after showing up for work late on her first day, she got into a heated argument with Nicolas Duvauchelle and reportedly slapped him. She was fired and replaced with Ana Girardot. Forestier later commented on the incident, saying that Duvauchelle was the one who slapped her. See more »
Compelling story of a young wife whose husband, after a car crash, encounters may difficulties to live a normal life. Actually, he behaves like a child, suffering a handicap. But the overall result is not so gloomy; rather a semi comedy drama for which some audiences could feel hurt concerning characters, especially his poor wife. Look out for the scene where, in half amnesia, he tells to his wife the forename of his mistress. Poor wife who tries deperately to help her husband. Her cheating husband. Duvauchelle is very good here, as usual.
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