Anne Gueguen is more than just a high school history teacher: she actually cares about the|
troubled, innercity students shes supposed to educate. And this year, it's tougher than
Frustrated by their materialism and lack of ambition, Anne challenges them, despite their
unlikelihood of winning, to take part in a national High school Competition around "Children
and teenagers in Nazi concentration camps"
Determined to push her students as far as theyll go, Anne puts her own life on hold and
uses all her creativity and willpower to grab their attention and get them motivated. As the
deadline creeps closer, the kids start to open up to each other and believe in themselves.
And while it may not resolve the challenges of their daily lives now, the collective projects
outcome could be the one thing that changes the rest of their lives and helps them find their
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