|Release||January 22, 2010 (Limited)|
|Cast||Emilie Dequenne, Catherine Deneuve, Ronit Elkabetz, Matthieu Demy|
|Writer||Andrï¿½ Tï¿½chinï¿½, Odile Barski, Jean-Marie Besset|
Jobless, soul-searching and rollerblading Jeanne (Emilie Dequenne) lives in a Paris suburb with her widowed mother Louise (Deneuve), who makes a living as a baby-sitter. Louise helps her daughter get a job with her old flame Samuel Bleistein (Michel Blanc), now a famous lawyer and Jewish activist. When Jeanneï¿½s budding relationship with aspiring wrestler Franck (Nicolas Devauchelle) is shattered by a violent turn of events, Jeanne and Bleisteinï¿½s opposite worlds get set on a collision course, as the film becomes a complex psychological drama raising issues of race, religion and identity.
Based on the play by Jean-Marie Besset.