Set in Paris in 1946, Michel Deville's quiet drama, adapted from Robert Bober's novel Quoi de neuf sur la guerre?
, follows a group of French Jews as they pick up the pieces of their interrupted lives after liberation. "Everyone had his own war," says tailor Albert (Simon Abkarian) philosophically; he's a natural anchor to whom wounded people gravitate. Albert and his wife, Lea (Zabou Breitman) survived the war in hiding; Lea and their children, Raphael and Betty, with a farm family and Alfred above another tailor's store. They run a small dressmaking shop whose employees include handsome, fiery Leon (Vincent Elbaz) and his wife, Jacqueline (Lubna Azabal), who ...