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.
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Catherine Corsini directs this French drama about forbidden love between two women. Set in 1971, Cécile De France plays Carole, a Spanish teacher and radical feminist living in Paris. By pure chance, on one of her feminist group's actions she meets Delphine (Izïa Higelin), the daughter of farmers. Almost instantly they fall in love, but their romance is disrupted when Delphine receives word that her father has had a stroke and she must return home to help with the farm. Carole, finding the separation difficult, decides to join Delphine on the family farm. However, the rural community isn't as liberal as Paris...