CHRONICLE – Vincent Lindon portrays a boss overtaken by scruples in a social drama in the line of The law of the market.
Would senior executives have heart? And if so, would it be large and generous enough to accommodate his family and employees at the same time? Not sure. By dint of taking care of his company and his hundreds of employees with whom he has always cultivated “quality social dialogue”, Philippe Lemesle, director of an industrial site, has forgotten his wife a little. Who makes her understand it severely: she wants a divorce. What cause a click in this workaholic.
Was all this time and this energy put at the disposal of his company worth, as a price to pay, the end of a couple, of a family? The question arises all the more acutely as his big boss, herself obeying the big big boss (American) of the group, asks him to once again cut in the workforce. Despite the benefits of the box. Air known. Insupportable.
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