Neïla Salah's climb on the social ladder has taken her from the upbringing in one of Paris's suburbs to a well-considered legal school in the city. When she arrives a couple of minutes late to the first lecture, she is scolded by the famous professor Mazard, using both racist and sexist remarks. Her classmates are filming with their mobiles and everything ends up on Youtube. The school board must do something to restore the university's reputation. The Disciplinary Board is coming to a decision - if Professor Mazard wants to keep his job, he must be Neïla’s mentor in rhetoric for a prestigious competition in eloquence. Nöjesguiden’s Julia Forssell called Jordana and Auteuil a "phenomenal duo" and wrote that "If you look past the French chauvinism and intellectual pretentiousness, it's actually really funny."