In La Fracture, by Catherine Corsini, open-hearted society

CRITICAL – The director takes stock of the tears in French society through the meeting, in the emergency room, of two patients who are completely separate. an energetic comedy but which ends up exhausting the ambition of the subject.

The night rarely brings advice. Especially when writing texts. Rafaëlle has the sad experience of it in the early morning when her partner tells her that it is definitely over between them. So she hasn’t read his messages? “The one at 5:42 a.m., 5:46 a.m. or 5:48 a.m.?”, retorts Julie exasperated.

Raf (Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi) wants to talk, Julie (Marina Foïs) has nothing more to say to him. Worse, she flees and does not turn around when Raf slips on the Parisian asphalt and falls heavily. The firefighters pick up a loose woman who is still talking. Direction the hospital.

That same day, Yann (Pio Marmaï), a nice truck driver, arrives with a fanfare with his 38 tonnes in the streets of the capital. He comes to demonstrate with the “yellow vests” against Macron’s policy. He also talks a lot but the CRS are not there to listen to him. A police grenade hit him in the leg. Direction the hospital. We will therefore no longer leave emergencies passing from the waiting room to the treatment rooms. Sirens approaching

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