On board a nuclear-powered submarine
On board the Vigilant, one of France's 4 nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines, men and women are working in the greatest secrecy.
This ultra-sophisticated vessel is capable of diving to a depth of 400 meters and staying undetected for several months.
Its highly qualified and trained crew regularly embarks on missions in real conditions.
ARJEPLOG, THE WINTER CAR CAPITAL [2’]
LUXURY REAL ESTATE [28’]
Looking to upgrade
Luxury real estate is breaking all records in France. With the pandemic and the lockdowns, the place of residence has become more important than ever, and wealthy buyers are ready to invest to upgrade.
This trend is as true in the capital as it is in seaside resorts or in the countryside, as these destinations are also benefiting from the widespread adoption of remote working.
The battle is raging all the more as supply is falling while demand is rising.
NEVER WITHOUT MY DAUGHTER [90’]
A family torn apart
One day, Nina, 4 years old, disappears.
Her mother is left without any news for a year and a half.
Nina has been kidnapped by her father, a South Korean national who absconded to his country.
THE FLAMES OF PARADISE [52’]
The scourge of the Mediterranean forests
In the distant past, fire was seen as a development tool for societies, but in recent decades it has become a real scourge for Mediterranean forests and for mankind.
On the island of Corsica, the foresters and firefighters are multiplying prevention operations by clearing undergrowth or by prescribed burns.
Thanks to these men the danger remains limited.
THE FRANCO-SPANISH BORDER, A LAWLESS ZONE [52’]
The biggest crime hub in Europe
The Franco-Spanish border runs for 623 kilometers, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean and along the Pyrenees Mountain range.
Although the border posts have disappeared since Spain joined the Schengen area, it is still a highly guarded line since it harbors the biggest crime hub in Europe.
TRUCKERS, A DAILY LIFE UNDER HIGH TENSION [52’]
A rattled profession
More than 600,000 lorries crisscross the roads of France. Even if the drivers are passionate about their work, their profession is now under pressure.
In addition to the frantic pace of work, there is competition from foreign truckers. To try to limit the damage, a special unit monitors and controls the vehicles.
In this sometimes explosive world, women are beginning to emerge. They now represent 10% of the workforce.