This Sunday evening, TF1 offers its viewers Outstanding, a “favorite” film that deserves a closer look. Realized by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache to whom we owe the immense success of Untouchables but also more recently The meaning of the party or even the acclaimed Arte series In therapy in which he participated.
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To top it off, the filmmakers were able to surround themselves with a cast with small onions made up of Vincent Cassel, Reda Kateb, Bryan Mialoundama, Hélène Vincent, Alban Ivanov, Benjamin Lesieur, Catherine Mouchet, Frédéric Pierrot and Suliame Brahim.
What are you talking about Outstanding ?
Released in theaters in 2019, this touching comedy of 1h55 tells the story, glaringly true, of Bruno and Malik who have been working for 20 years in their respective associations to help children and adolescents with autism. They accompany young people from difficult neighborhoods in order to supervise these people qualified as difficult. But Bruno’s association is in the sights of the General Inspectorate of Social Affairs. They accuse him of employing unqualified staff and of taking care of too many young people. Together, they will try to find a job for Bruno, a young man with a passion for washing machines, and to help Valentin, a young man with severe disorders who finds himself in danger.
On which streaming platforms to watch Out of Standards ?(Salto, premium, Netflix, MYTF1?)
- While the film is currently broadcast on TF1, one might think that it is possible to watch it at the same time on the Replay MyTF1 platform. Unfortunately, this is not the case. So where to see Outstanding ?
- Don’t search either netflix, the American giant does not hold broadcasting rights to date. On the other hand, if the subject of autism interests you, we invite you to discover the feel-good series Atypical.
- Finally, for the most determined you can find Outstanding for purchase or rental on Amazon Prime Video or even on Canal+.