Topic is the criminally good streaming service from Kino Lorber and First Look Entertainment for thrillers, mysteries, dramas and documentaries from around the world, serving viewers who crave entertainment beyond the mainstream. Whether it’s a Nordic-noir crime thriller (The Killing), an Italian supernatural drama (Christian), or a haunting true crime docu-series from the UK (The Missing Children), Topic expands your view of the world.
When 31-year-old man-child Julien learns he has a teenage son, he embraces fatherhood by winning his son’s affections with joints and video games. Can he step up to the plate as a dad if he’s still a kid himself?
It’s been two years since Julien, Marie, Jacques, and Sylvie began living under the same roof. With this milestone, Jacques decides to make a life-changing decision—one that is not well-received by his family.
Swayed by recent events at the apartment, Sylvie debates whether she should move home. Meanwhile, Julien struggles to wrap his head around new “neighbor” Julie’s confession as the pair disagree about whether to tell Sylvie the truth.
Julien and Marie spend an evening with Lea and Sam, who have become an item, but the mood sours when talk turns to babies. Drunk and left to their own devices, Julien and Lea hatch a scheme to give them both what they want.
Tensions run high as Julien and Marie come to an impasse about their relationship. Wanting to keep their decision under-wraps, the pair try to hide it from the rest of the family, but find that’s easier said than done.
Together, Julie and Julien return to Chaville just as Jacques is preparing to make his big departure. Julien tries to make things up with his son, but an unplanned arrival threatens to change everything.
As Jacques finally leaves the nest, a new baby arrives. Now that their son has gone, Julien and Marie face the question of what the future of their relationship looks like. A visit to Julie and her baby reunites Sylvie with an old flame.