Julie Lescaut is divorced and works as the police commissar in Clairiéres, an imaginary village in the suburbs of Paris, where she tries to reconcile her stressful job with the education of her two teenage daughters.
Luisa De Dominicus is a Milanese piano teacher who moves to Lucca to be with the man she loves: Ferdinando 'Bonci' Marinotti, a city councilman campaigning for mayor on a platform of moral ... See full synopsis »
If you want to know what a schoolteacher's life in France is......
...this is exactly the kind of series you MUST avoid at any cost!Politically correct to a fault ,full of clichés ,it is the definitive proof that good (and commercial) intentions do not make good works.
"L'instit" (the schoolteacher) portrayed by Gerard Klein (with a big smug smile)is a character of pure fiction.A Knight Rider 2000 for students ,he always arrives on his motorbike,and you are sure he will solve all the problems around and maybe more.
Now ,if you want to know what a schoolteacher's life is in France,I would recommend "Ca commence aujourd'hui" by the great Bertrand Tavernier and "être et avoir" Schoolteacher's honor!
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