“The film depicts the radical mutation of a society, of a culture that, driven by economic and political crises, no longer remembers the world as it was or as 'the old folks' would like to still see it. The young people in the writing workshop make it clear that they don’t want to belong to a story that can no longer be theirs. They’re confronted with completely different problems. They must find a place in a world that doesn’t include them, they feel that they have no control over what happens around them, not even their own lives. They’re facing a violent society, torn by extremely disturbing social and political strife: precariousness, terrorism, and rise of the extreme right”.