Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Maurice (André Dussollier) was once a devoted socialist and followed his principles very nicely while he was an art professor. However, the lure of making money has drawn him into business with his girlfriend and a Japanese student. They have set up a sushi delivery business in the heart of Paris. Unfortunately, they don't do too well at it, so they are all happy to accept the investment of a big corporate type, who soon sets them up in a big way with numerous trained chefs, a fleet of motorcycles, delivery boys in uniforms and other glitzy and costly elements. When the business becomes wildly successful, the money-men offer to buy it out completely, and Maurice is far from sure what he wants to do. By then, the lives of all the business' founders have changed completely.