This feel-good French film starring Omar Sy and François Cluzet is funny, sad, sweet, and, to top it all off, a true story. With a storyline that shows the poverty that most don’t see in Paris and how sometimes people want people not robots to look after them.
When a young man who is just looking for a job to make any amount of money he can get, manages to get one as a nurse with multi-millionaire, disabled man called Philipe. Philipe was victim to a hang-gliding accident when young and has a teenage daughter that he cannot look after. When Driss (Omar Sy) gets to live at Philipe’s house while looking after him, he must help both Philipe and his daughter. While doing this, Driss’ own family has some problems.
This is a true story so there are probably some mistakes in exactly what happens but I do not know.
This is not really a problem, I just thought that it was a nice fact: In the paragliding scene, when Driss loses his shoe and all of his reactions, were in one shot and were really Omar Sy’s reactions because he had never been paragliding before.
Artistic Impression: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟