Angèle, a thirty-something from Ivory Coast, always copes thanks to the gift of gab and audacity. To escape from a bunch of dangerous criminals, she becomes a nanny in uptown Paris, hired by Hélène, the single mom of eight year old Arthur. Discovering the work conditions of her colleagues, she decides to stand up for their rights.
“Julien Rambaldi’s film takes an original and relevant look at Parisian babysitters. Its excellent cast makes it a very embodied comedy.” ~Le Figaro (Translated)