With her idle bourgeois lifestyle getting her down well-to-do mother Suzanne goes back to work as a physiotherapist in the south of France. Her husband agrees to fix up a consulting room in their backyard but when Suzanne and the man hired to do the building work meet their mutual attraction is sudden and violent. Suzanne must then decide whether to give up everything and live this all engulfing passion to the fullest.
Delphine is the daughter of Limousin farmers who moves to Paris in 1971 and becomes involved in a feminist movement led by a charming renegade called Carole. Their bond becomes closer but when they move back to the countryside, Delphine's home, due to a family emergency they discover that common consensus about their relationship proves to be problematic.
A chronicle of the unconditional love between a mother and her daughter, from 1958 to the present day, which is endangered by an unsteady and manipulative father.
Camille (Karin Viard) is a swimming pool attendant in her thirties who revels in her sexually promiscuous hard-drinking lifestyle. However she also suffers from depression and when she meets the older married Alexis (Pierre-Loup Rajot) finds herself falling in love for the first time. Camille becomes increasingly obsessed with Alexis joining his political group and making friends with his wife and family but frustrated by his unavailability turns to Ben (Sergi Loprez) a younger man for comfort.
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