In the 1970s, underage pregnant girls are sent to the Plessis boarding school, run with an iron hand by the headmistress. Whether they are pregnant as a result of rape or love, only one thing matters: putting these girls on the right track. But revolt is simmering in the institution.
Directed by: Bénédicte Delmas (France, 2015)
Screenplay: Bénédicte Delmas, Sylvie Granotier
Cast: Sandrine Bonnaire (the headmistress), Blandine Bellavoir (Dominique), Noémie Merlant (Brigitte), Roxane Bret (Marie-France), Camille Aguilar (Jacqueline), Jean-Michel Martial (Aimé), Nastasia Caruge (Claude)
Awards: public prize for the best TV fiction film, prize for the best new actress, special mention (Noémie Merlant, Roxane Bret, Camille Aguilar, Nastasia Caruge), prize for the best screenplay, special mention (Bénédicte Delmas, Sylvie Granotier) at the 2016 Luchon Festival
Parental guidance: TV-PG