WHO’S IN IT?
Sandrine Kiberlain (Mademoiselle Chambon), Gilles Lellouche (Little White Lies), Élodie Bouchez (The Dreamlife of Angels), Olivia Côte (News from Planet Mars), Clotilde Mollet (Amélie), Miou-Miou (Dry Cleaning), Stéfi Celma (The Squad), Jean-François Stévenin (Cold Moon), Bruno Podalydès (Let The Sunshine In), Grégory Gadebois (Angel & Tony), Émilie Gavois-Kahn (Ares)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jeanne Henry (Elle L’Adore), director, writer; Alain Attal (Tell No One), Vincent Mazel (M) and Hugo Sélignac (The World Is Yours), producers; Pascal Sangla (À Coup Sûr), composer; Sofian El Fani (Blue Is The Warmest Colour), cinematographer; Stéphane Garnier (The Big Picture) and Françis Vesin (But The Hour Is Near), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Baby Theo is abandoned at birth, and placed under the protection of child welfare services, who struggle to find a home for the infant. Jean (Lellouche), who is no stranger to the foster system, is tasked with temporarily looking after Theo, until potential new mother Alice (Bouchez) enters the frame…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This powerful story of parenthood and child welfare comes as a poignant reminder of how much good the child welfare system can do for children or infants that do not have a family or a home.