Cassandre has nothing to show for her life except an innate talent at running away from it.
A flight attendant for a budget airline, she is envied by her childhood friends in Belgium for her privilege to exist without attachments. And also, questioned on how it’s possible to even do so.
The answer lies in the title of the film, “Rien à foutre,” a French expression that more or less translates to the work’s English name, “Zero Fucks Given.”
Cassandre, played by the exquisitely talented Adèle Exarchopoulos, travels with an immense weight of mental baggage wherever she goes. As part of her professional training, she is required to hold the image of a perfect smile for thirty seconds, and…