Emma and Anaïs are each other's best friends, even though they are very different, and from widely different families. They are teenagers, and every choice they make determines their future. 'Adolescentes' is a warm but unsentimental film, captivatingly observed from when they are 13 to when they turn 18. A crucial period for the two friends, but also for the rest of France: Charlie Hebdo, Bataclan, Macron's victory. Everything is happening 'live' and is thoroughly discussed both during the school breaks and at the dinner table, where the parents are opposing the youths, because it strengthens the character. Being French at its best. Sébastien Lifshitz is also presenting 'Little Girl' in this year's programme.