Each does her bit to earn a little extra money. Aminthe gives piano lessons, while Marie baby-sits and sells their homegrown produce at the local market. But they aren't getting any younger; the house is now in a very sorry state and they can no longer maintain it alone. To make matters worse, their squabbling is only increasing as time goes by and they're finding it harder to get along together. With her garden and the markets, Marie at least keeps herself busy. And she cherishes Pierrot, the young boy she often looks after for a neighbor. She's perfectly happy to end her days in the family home. But Aminthe is fed up with the increasingly oppressive atmosphere of the uncomfortable old house, its dark secrets and the mysteries that surround their parents' deaths - mysteries and secrets that her sister seems only to happy to feed. She's jealous of Marie's contentedness and of her relationship with Pierrot, and can't wait to sell the family home and move into a modern apartment in the center of town.
Written by Jacques Renard, Jacques Reboud
Directed by Jacques Renard
Casting Line Renaud, DaniÃ¨le Lebrun, Arthur Vaughan-whitehead, Alexandre CarriÃ¨re