Marie and Juliette left the classical education system to open a school in the heart of Brussels where they welcome children with no educational background, often from exile. They offer them a place and a time outside of formal school learning to be or become children again, before facing the educational institution that will expect them to be students. Throughout their attempts and their pedagogical reflections, the film forces us to question school as a place that conveys oppressive relationships that affect all of us.
Post-Screening Talk will be held in the theatre after the screening.
POST-SCREENING TALK GUEST: Lydie Wisshaupt-Claudel