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Rated NR · 118 minutes · 2000


Daniel is a teacher at a nursery school in Northern France. He is committed to his job in what is an increasingly poor area. One day, the mother of two children keels over drunk in the schoolyard, and then runs away. When social services fail to respond, Daniel decided to break the rules and take the kids home with him. He begins to criticise the system more, and fights to help the local community to help itself.

Director: Bertrand Tavernier
Writer: Dominique Sampiero, Tiffany Tavernier and Bertrand Tavernier
Producer: Alain Sarde and Frederic Bourboulon
Cast: Philippe Torreton, Francoise Bette, Maria Pitarresi, Christine Citti and Nadia Kaci

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