Antique typewriter repairman, Thomas Tyndall, uses vintage typewriters to remind people of the good old days when communications, social interactions, and relationships were tactile experiences. He helps a fallen chef overcome her inability to make emotional connections and regain her creativity while servicing her machine. Together they find a connection through storytelling.
Fazia is a middle-aged housekeeper. She seems tired and tormented by personal problems.For the past few months, she has started her days with the Martin-Pelissard, a small bourgeois family, who is reluctant to do the necessary paperwork to make it official for her.This morning, an unexpected incident will exacerbate the social pressure she experiences on a daily basis and make her live a race against time to try to keep her job.
Diane realizes that the man she fantasizes about shares his life with someone very peculiar… Diane, in her fifties, fantasizes about the enigmatic Pierre, who works with her at the gas station. When she wins a trip for two around France, she decides to invite him along. But she wasn’t aware that Pierre already has someone quite special in his life…
A man finds his stolen bicycle and it now belongs to a stranger. In his attempts to retrieve the bicycle, he struggles to remain human.
Inside unrolls a mosaic of windows, those of the building that I regularly filmed from my own window. Along this border where the interior opens onto the exterior, a multitude of moments of everyday life overlap and respond to each other, forming a choreographic fresco of simple gestures.
Elodie visits her grandfather Lucien, a 91-year-old resident of a nursing home. He welcomes her warmly, but she came up with a very specific question, to which she requires an answer: Why did he abuse her 31 years ago? Between denials, loss of memory and guilty doubt, Lucien will, at the end of his life, have to explore his past and its gray areas.
What begins as an ordinary board in a traditional apartment building to vote the renewal of the elevator, turns into an unexpected debate about the limits of pacific coexistence.
In a world where positivity is compulsory, cancer patients need to endure Happy Therapy. When a sarcastic rebel appears in the facility, an impressionable girl must choose between following the rules or embracing how she really feels.
Archibald was born with some curious curse: he can’t make a move without everyone around doing the same.Now, grown man, he robs by despair a bank and, there, meets Indiana, a young woman who always escaped every form of control.
(Episode 1): Zoey dips her toes into the waters of Tinder and sexual degradation.
Waiting follows Zoey, a girl in college who tries to navigate dating, relationships, and hookup culture as a virgin, sexless and senseless.