Henri once made a name and wealth for himself with a novel he once wrote. However, all this has long been forgotten and the writer, in addition to the creative crisis, is experiencing problems with family relationships. His wife Cécile tries to save this relationship with antidepressants and a glass of wine. The children try to live their own lives and are quite rude to the father when he tries to intervene.
One fine rainy evening, a suddenly appeared unattended mastiff radically changes Henri’s chaotic and exhausting lifestyle. The dog digs into the lives of these people and forces them to look at each other and the objects around them with different eyes.
It is difficult to formulate this film only as a comedy, even though there are many funny moments in it. The lyrical twists and behavior of the characters blend so well with the story of the film, one cannot help but be fascinated by one or the other. Yvan Attal’s honest play is really outstanding and only the play of Charlotte Gainsbourg’s sad, family-locked character can stand up to it.
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