In Times Have Been Better, the French comedy, Jeremy excels at everything. While only 30 he has just been promoted to an executive position at the bank. In his parents' eyes he's the golden child, much to the chagrin of his younger brother, Robin, who has been the only one in the family privy to Jeremy's sexual predilections.But when Jeremy unexpectedly stops by for Sunday Brunch and announces that he's just moved in with, well, his boyfriend, things begin to percolate: Jeremy's parents always fancied themselves as progressive and liberal. After this piece of news - not so much. They embark on a comical quest to find out what caused Jeremy's homosexuality.