Paris, March 1962. The end of the Algerian War nearing, Omar, ten years old and National Liberal Front’s backpack carrier, goes on his round of collection to activists from the Turbigo network. His ideas are very clear, until the day when his […]
That voice was a scream. That voice unleashed the passion of the pre-war French audience. That voice inspired the brightest intellectuals of its time. That voice revolutionised the protest song. That voice was Marianne Oswald’s.
Morgane, 30, is a criminal psychologist. The bloody murder of her grandmother, an illeterate old woman, brings her back to her childhood’s town, from where she had ran away when she was 15. The presumed murderer has been arrested; rumours had it […]
Barthélémy Bini is priest of a dozen parishes in Haute-Vienne, and he’s from Congo. Armed with a lot of humour, he answers to his believers, who do not know about the DRC, that he’s a priest from the Down Right Corner! His […]