Bruno (Christian Mesnier) is the 12-year-old boy whose parents are contemplating a divorce. He spends a weekend with his womanizing father Michel (Roger Hanin). The two have father-and-son talks in which young Bruno shows more common sense than his father. The astute 12-year-old already knows about the pill and sees the fallout of the sexual revolution affecting him personally. Bruno eventually convinces his father to attempt a reconciliation with the boy's mother in this routine story about a young boy's needs in a world of confused adults.