Angèle, a thirty-something urban planner, is angry. Made redundant without warning by her supposedly left-wing bosses, she returns to live with her father, a former Maoist, the only one who understands her. But, unable to change the world, Angèle will have to find a balance between activism and personal construction...
Directed by: Judith Davis (France, 2018)
Cast: Judith Davis (Angèle), Malik Zidi (Saïd), Claire Dumas (Léonor), Mélanie Bestel (Noutka), Nadir Legrand (Stéphane), Simon Bakhouche (Simon), Yasin Houicha (Steeve)
Awards: Jury Prize (Angoulême 2018)