Pascal and his wife Sophie have been running a small local butcher's shop for about twenty years. Sophie stands with great love for her customers at the cash register and Vincent cuts the carefully selected meat with just as much love. And they lived happily ever after, you might think. But then, as is the case with many small tradesmen, business went downhill and so did their relationship. After almost 30 years of marriage, the marriage bed is as alive as the sausages in the counter. Mutual irritation hinders any form of dialogue.
It is in the corridors of their municipal swimming pool that Bertrand, Marcus, Simon, Laurent, Thierry and the others train under the relative authority of Delphine, former glory of the basins. Together, they feel free and helpful. They will put all their energy into a discipline previously owned by women: synchronized swimming. So, yes it's a weird idea, but this challenge will allow them to find meaning in their lives...
Florence and Vincent Leroy have it all: career, marriage, house children. And now they want to succeed at divorce. But destiny has different plans for them when it offers each the professional opportunity of their career – abroad. Unable to agree, the couple fights over who will have to take custody of their children.
Brigitte and Xavier are a couple of cattle farmers living and working together in Normandy. They have always got on well but now that their two children have left the household routine and weariness have set in. One night, Brigitte, who has been invited to a party by a group of Parisians in the house next to their farm, lets herself be wooed by Stan, a witty, cool attractive young man. Some time later, giving a visit to a dermatologist as an excuse, she goes to Paris to meet him. But things do not go according to plan...