A bourgeois Parisienne and a brutalized Algerian prostitute find common discontents in Coline Serreau's spin on THELMA & LOUISE. Helene (Catherine Frot) appears to have an enviable life with high-powered businessman Paul (Vincent Lindon). They have a handsome, college-age son, Fabrice (Aurelien Wiik) and a lovely apartment. Helene even has a career to call her own. But she feels restless and insignificant, as though she's been gradually forced into the margins of her own life. A womanizer and a bully, Paul takes Helene for granted and ignores his elderly mother, Mamie (Line Renaud). And when Helene stops by Fabrice's new apartment unexpectedly, only to be assured by ...