Léa loves Arnaud. The young, carefree couple lives in an abandoned school. Didier, a small-time crook, offered this shelter in exchange for their help in child trafficking. Up against this situation, the young woman hesitates. However, Léa loves Arnaud.
Guillaume Legrand was born in 1984 in France. He studied film in Paris and Los Angeles, at the California Institute of the Arts where he directed many films in different style and genre.
Two of his experimental documentaries, Remains and Jump, screened at the Red Cat Theater of Los Angeles. In 2012, he directed Le souffle court, his thesis film and obtained a Master of Fine Arts. In his work, Guillaume mixes autobiographical elements with pure fiction.