Benjamin (Vincent Lacoste) is meant to be a great doctor; he's certain of it. But his first experience as a junior doctor in the hospital ward where his father works doesn't turn out the way he hoped it would. His responsibility is overwhelming. His father is all but present, and his co-junior partner, a foreign doctor, is far more experienced than he is. This internship will force Benjamin to confront his limits... and start his way to adulthood.
A thought provoking film that examines questions relating to hospital care for the elderly, euthanasia, racism and medical responsibility. A very good film although I felt the ending was a bit of a cop out. However if you watch this expecting a comedy you will not think you are getting what you paid for despite some very pithy one liners. The subject matter is too serious for that.