One bright summer day, Raymonde and Marie-Pierre, in their sixties, return to Loctudy (Finistère). In front of the elementary school of their childhood, or what remains of it, their exchange suddenly becomes serious: “We are going to see our old place of torture… I was raped. How many times? I don’t know.” Their teacher, a brother from Saint-Gabriel, also taught in Issé (Loire-Atlantique). Again, he molested dozens of children.
The documentary collects the words of victims of this religious as well as those of priests from the minor seminary of Chavagnes-en-Paillers, in Vendée. Grouped together within a collective of which the founder, Jean-Pierre Sautreau, also testifies, they are followed in their efforts towards one or the other of the two independent bodies charged by the Church with supporting victims attacked at the time. of their minority, until the decision on financial compensation, between €5,000 and €60,000.
While new cases of sexual violence continue to question believers, listening to those attacked, made possible by this sensitive film, remains the essential means of taking stock of the crisis, and discerning its roots.