Mon oncle d’Amérique

The didactic film is built around the ideas of French physician, writer and philosopher Henri Laborit, who plays himself in the film. It uses the stories of three people to illustrate Laborit’s theories on evolutionary psychology regarding the relationship of self and society.

Bachelor Days are Over (Pourquoi tu pleures?)

A few days before his wedding, a young man has to make unexpected decisions, face to face with his fleeting fiancée, the girl he just met, his mother, sister, his unintelligible in-laws, his pals and even the workers in his flat… 
Marriage or passionate love, family past or marital future, balloons or no balloons, flower petals or sugar almonds… How can he cope with such crucial issues? [Synopsis courtesy of Cannes Film Festival]

One Night

In the harbor city of Le Havre, France, a woman is stabbed during the night, just below the windows of her neighborhood. Pierre (Yvan Attal) has witnessed the murder, and heard the wails of the women crying for help. So have the neighbors, certainly. But at the end, nobody called the police. Nevertheless, sorrows are too heavy for Pierre, which feel the needs to tell everything to his wife (Sophie Quinton), and to the police. During the investigation, it appears that 38 people witnessed the murdering, and none reacted…

Gare du Nord

Paris, North Station, anything comes by, even trains. One would like to stay, but they have to hurry up… Like other thousands lives crossing, Ismael, Mathilde, Sacha and Joan are going to meet here...