After the death of his mother, Sauveur finally finds out the identity of his father. But the first contact by telephone with his progenitor is difficult: he is rebuffed by a jeering Bertrand who denies paternity. Sauveur decides to approach incognito and slips with him in the role of associate to a scam without scale. And he discovers the man behind. Then begins the learning of disillusionment.
Winner at the Cabourg Romantic Film Festival 1999: Best New Actor (Guillaume Canet)
Winner at the Paris Film Festival 1999: Best Actor (Jean Yanne); and the Madame Figaro Award (Rémi Waterhouse)
Nominated for the Grand Prix, at the Paris Film Festival 1999.