Camille, age nine, lives on the family’s 400-year-old winery, where they’re pruning 30,000 grape vines. Follow Camille to school, where students enjoy a two-hour break at mid-day for a lunch prepared by a nearby restaurant. Follow her to her horseback riding lesson, to a nearby bakery where they make her favorite raisin bread, to her after-school care. She does homework with her grandmother, looks for fossils, and celebrates Three Kings Day with her family.
Camille lives on the family’s 400-year-old winery. Her school lunch is prepared by a restaurant. She enjoys horseback riding, looks for fossils and celebrates Three Kings Day with her family. Emilien’s parents are divorced, so he and his sisters live with each parent on alternate weeks. Emilien participates in Aikido class, swim-club, and basketball practice.
Emilien, age ten, lives in Lyon with his two sisters and his dad, who uses a scooter to get to his work as a laboratory technician. His mother is a musician. Since his parents are divorced, Emilien and his sisters live with each parent on alternate weeks. We hear his mother sing and play accordion, see his father get bread for breakfast early each morning and cook dinner, and visit an Aikido class, swim-club, and basketball practice.