Stéphane lives a quiet life as an eminent French Chef but when he decides to visit Soo, a mysterious Korean lady he fell in love with on Instagram, he'll embark on an adventurous journey full of discoveries.
Max was 13 when he was offered his first camera. For 25 years, he will not stop filming friends, loves, successes and failures. From the 90s to the 2010s, this is the portrait of a whole generation that is emerging through its objective.
Camille, is the eldest of a large family. One day, her parents enter a religious community which gradually, regimentation becomes sectarian and Camille will have to fight to assert her freedom and save her brothers and sisters.
In the heart of Morvan, Nico, the last vet in the area, struggles to save his patients, his clinic, and his family. When Michel, his partner and mentor, announces his retirement, Nico knows... See full summary »
The mayor of Lyon is in existential crisis. After 30 years in politics, he feels totally empty and devoid of ideas. As a fix for this problem, his aides bring a brilliant young philosopher, into his inner circle.
Arthur Dreyfus and César Montesiho are two different men and two lifelong friends from the school times: while Arthur is a neurotic chemical teacher in a university hospital divorced of his wife Virginie and with a stranded relation with his teen daughter Julie, César is a free-spirited bohemian and womanizer always on money troubles, with Lucia as his last conquer. After an accidental fall from his balcony when a pawnbroker went to his house claiming his belongings by not paying the loan he has, César meets Arthur asking some of money. Learning that César is hurt in his back, Arthur forces César for going to the hospital to heal him, but a few days later Arthur is called by a doctor's hospital to give him bad news: a radiography revealed a terminal lung cancer with a six-months lifespan. Shocked and confused by it, Arthur meets César attempting to tell it, but César's revelation about an incoming paternity with Lucia causes a huge misunderstanding, with César thinking by mistake that...Written by