The night of François Mitterrand's election in 1981 Paris, celebrations spill out onto the street and there is an air of hope and change throughout the city. But for Élisabeth (Charlotte Gainsbourg), the feeling is much different: her marriage is coming to an end, and she will now have to support herself and her two teenage children, Mathias (Quito Rayon-Richter) and Judith (Megan Northam). She finds work at a late-night radio show and encounters a troubled teenager named Talulah (Noée Abita), whom she invites into her home. With them, Talulah experiences the warmth of a family for the first time, and although she suddenly disappears, her free spirit has a lasting influence.
|Directed by||Mikhaël Hers|
|Written by||Maud Ameline, Mariette Désert, Mikhaël Hers|