After Cédric who is in his 40s gets fired from work for his chauvinism, he decides to embark on the path of self-betterment and write a book about his past transgressions. However at home, he must deal with his girlfriend, his relentlessly crying baby and a new voluptuous and freethinking babysitter who turns the household upside down. This crazy comedy is a provocative footnote to the #MeToo era shot in an impressively perfected style in which music videos meet adorably perverted erotic fantasies.
Born in Quebec, Monia Chokri is known for her acting in films by young Canadian miracle director Xavier Dolan. Nevertheless, she is also gaining ground as a director. Her debut feature La Femme de mon frere (2019) premiered at Cannes and Babysitter where she also has an acting part was shown at Sundance. In her films, she presents unorthodox takes on relationships and women's themes.
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