The film to see this Friday: School life, by Mehdi Idir and Fabien Marsaud, on Canal +.

After the very good film Patients, which would still have deserved better than its 1.3 million admissions in the country, La vie scolaire, a new film by Fabien Marsaud (Big sick body) and Mehdi Idir, has gathered 1.8 million spectators in theaters last fall.

First TV broadcast this Friday, first part of the evening on Canal + (and on myCANAL).

A year at the heart of the school of the republic, of life … and of demerde!

Samia, a young novice childcare worker, arrives from his native Ardèche in a college deemed to be difficult in the city of Saint-Denis. She discovers there the recurring problems of discipline, the social reality weighing on the district, but also the incredible vitality and humor, both of the students and of her team of supervisors. Among them, there is Moussa, the Grand of the district and Dylan the roomer. Samia adapts and soon takes pleasure in channeling the ardor of the most disruptive. Her complicated personal situation naturally brings her closer to Yanis, a lively and intelligent teenager, whose potential she smelled. Even if Yanis seems to give up all ambition by hiding behind his insolence, Samia will invest all his energy in diverting him from an announced academic failure and trying to get him to project himself into a better future …

With Zita Hanrot, Liam Pierron, Moussa Mansaly, Soufiane Guerrab, Leïla Seghir, Alban Ivanov.

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