Être et Avoir (To Be and to Have)

Être et Avoir (To Be and to Have)
Être et Avoir (To Be and to Have)

Year

2002

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Set in the beautiful French province of Auvergne, Être et Avoir focuses on a small school of just 13 students, who range in age from four to twelve years old. The children are much like any other, as they take their classes, do their schoolwork and help their parents - but their inspirational teacher Georges Lopez makes life exciting as he opens their minds to new ideas and encourages them to be the best people they can be, both for their own sake and others.

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Contains infrequent mild language.

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