Vincent, Marie and their son have just moved from Paris into a farm near a small town in the south of France.
He is a history & geography teacher, who looks forward to a quieter life, some kind of return to nature.
His wife, a renowned international pianist, who retired in spite of her young age, has decided to follow him but almost unwillingly.
From the very beginning Thibault, one of Vincent’s students, invades his family and slowly the couple, whose desires seem now so far away, falls apart. But Thibault’s intentions are not at all motivated by love.
And he will do anything to achieve his goal…
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Etienne Faure begins to realize several short films: "The Invisible Lyrics" with Stephanie Cotta, Guillaume Depardieu, Thomas Langmann, awarded in many festivals (Grenoble, Cannes Student, Cabourg, Georges de Beauregard), « All The Boys » with Jean-Claude Brialy, Elodie Bouchez and Thomas Langmann awarded to Grenoble and "the End of the Night" with Sébastien Roch.
He also signed a documentary « Looking for Tadzio » on the young actor's film Visconti "Death in Venice".
Then he produced and directed his first feature film « In extremis » in which we find Sébastien Roch in the lead role alongside Julie Depardieu, Aurélien Wiik, Jean Claude, Brialy, Christine Boisson. He decides to continue in duality producer / director and created with Stéphane Gizard Eivissa Productions society and became a member of the Society of Authors, Directors Producers (ARP).
Two other productions follow: a short film "Prisoner" and "What? Eternity ": a documentary about Arthur Rimbaud for television with the participation of Jean-Claude Brialy, Dolores Chaplin, Jocelyn Quivrin, Christopher Hampton, Bertrand Delanoe, the singer Raphaël ... and produce a short film "Lapis Lazuli" directed by Boris Diéval with Yoann Libéreau.
Then produced and directed « The Illusions » his second feature film starring Aurélien Wiik, Catherine Wilkening, Caroline Guerin, Baptiste Caillaud.
Chaos (Désordres) is his third feature film with Isaach De Bankolé, Sonia Rolland and Niels Schneider.