February 1974. When she accidentally becomes pregnant, Annie (Laure Calamy), a working mother of two, meets the MLAC (Mouvement pour la liberté de l’avortement et de la contraception), an organisation created in 1973 in France and whose goal was to make contraception and abortion legal and safe. Drawn to this movement offering tangible help for women and shared knowledge and fighting for the adoption of a law on abortion, Annie will find a new meaning to her life.
Blandine Lenoir and Laure Calamy team up again after Aurore (I Got Life!) to deliver a poignant and inspiring story about the fight for women’s rights in France in the 1970s.