A self-deprecating sense of humour and an aversion to any form of self-pity characterise these women who manage to keep going despite all the bad things that happen to them.
Realistic, funny, poignant and painful, yet never sentimental, patronising or pessimistic – this film tells the stories of homeless women. The only anchor point in their otherwise precarious lives is the day centre L’Envol. Threatened with closure, the social workers have just three months to reintegrate the women into society. For their wards, they’ll do anything: pull strings, tell lies, cheat … From now on, anything is allowed!