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  • 5 April 2017
  • 92 minutes
  • France (2017)
  • French

Synopsis

Married to a rich heiress, Jean Etienne Fougerole is a brilliant and well-known, left-wing intellectual. His last books bombed so he needs "A bras ouverts", his new book - about offering shelter to those in need - to be a success. Invited on a TV talkshow, Fougerole is confronted by a pugnacious journalist. The discussion grows heated as they debate the proper response to the Rroms issue. The journalist dares Fougerole to welcome Roms to his own house rather than encouraging other to do so. Cornered, and eager to prove that he is a man of his world, Fougerole shares his address. The journalist is stunned. Fougerole savors his victory. Unfortunately, a Rom fathe, Babik, and his family of nine have been watching the show with great interest. The very next morning Fougerole discovers them on his doorstep ready to move in. For the left-wing writer, his yuppie wife and their idealistic son a complicated and strange cohabitation is just beginning. It will unnerve them and test every conviction they have ever had ...

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