Following a municipal decision, SDF Women's Shelter, will close. There are only three months left for social workers to reintegrate at any cost the women they care for: falsification, pistons, lies - From now on, everything is allowed.
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Following a municipal decision, Envol, SDF Women's Shelter, will close. There are only three months left for social workers to reintegrate at any cost the women they care for: falsification, pistons, lies... From now on, everything is allowed!
Louis-Julien Petit was inspired by Claire Lajeunie's book entitled On the Road to the Invisibles(Sur la route des Invisibles). She herself offered this book that she wrote in addition to her documentary directed in 2014 for France 5, Invisible Women(Femmes invisibles), Surviving on the Street. Immediately seduced by the book he devours in two hours, the director speaks to his producer, Liza Benguigui, who acquires the rights. See more »
This is a brilliant drama, occasionally very funny, about a group of left-out and "loosers" women in nowadays France. The topic is faced in a very true way, especially the characters are very true, probably many have been taken from the street.
These women frequent a center where little by little, also through very sad situations, they retrieve their dignity.
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