Following a municipal decision, SDF Women's Shelter, will close. There are only three months left for social workers to reintegrate at any cost the women they care for: falsification, pistons, lies - From now on, everything is allowed.
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Following a municipal decision, Envol, SDF Women's Shelter, will close. There are only three months left for social workers to reintegrate at any cost the women they care for: falsification, pistons, lies... From now on, everything is allowed!
Despite the difficult subject of the Invisibles, the director wanted to make a solar film and bring hope, in the tradition of Anglo-Saxon social comedies such as The Full Monty, Pride, My Beautiful Laundrette. See more »
This is a brilliant drama, occasionally very funny, about a group of left-out and "loosers" women in nowadays France. The topic is faced in a very true way, especially the characters are very true, probably many have been taken from the street.
These women frequent a center where little by little, also through very sad situations, they retrieve their dignity.
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