A heartbreaking debut that restores with dignity and modesty the destiny of a French family caught between love and political convictions.
In East of France, a father raises alone his two sons, after the mother passes. Every Sunday, he goes with the eldest, Fus, to his football matches. And when Gillou, the younger son, dreams of changing his destiny by moving to Paris for higher studies, his father and brother support him. But everything changes when the father, a socialist militant, discovers that Fus is hanging out with right-wing groups. Shame and incomprehension will henceforth soak up the daily life of these two men who live together. What can a father and a son share when everything seems to break them apart? A tragedy will force them to answer.