A single father of five daughters plus, faces an out-of-wedlock teenage pregnancy with his own grown eighteen-year old daughter. When it is relayed that the father of the child may not have died, and survived his WW.II. war wounds, his mother so happy for her son to even be alive, comes to grips and starts to show the young woman all the unconditional love a woman of the heightened social status of her sort may, while still maintaining a steady stature. Turn of the century whether before or about reminds one of a turn of the century world fair. Her only aunt in Favre, France enjoins the young woman to a young soldier who wants her to give up her start of designer hats and depart from her elder betrothed for him. “You’re a tough one.” He embarks. “You’ll hurt too,” she reminds him. The summer is starting off well, complete with picnics and everything. The monsieur and his other crew joyfully gentle tear some bread, and the outdoor picnic ground of a raised forest floor. A French version of the American mirror story of famous country singer, Loretta Lynn and her coal miner father, a similar type of romance story, boy carries girl and she thanks him. Although the man orates to his friend that he loves her, the other friends reminds him, just like the good person who loves the bad person, you’ll love her when she marries. Felipe, and another companion of fishing decide to marry his princess style daughter to that of a friend. Part of the film, aside from an arranged romance, centers around a giant air-show. But the gift of a Victorian-style hat from the boyfriend to the girl, as a proposal of matrimony introduces honor of the out-of-wedlock young teenage lady. A perfect representation of the way European descendants pass homes down to such children, traditional dating during the era portrayed, the painful emotions of both sets of parents, the child who born out of wedlock to two young people very much in love. The mother, although of poor, social class even she, the mother of the child felt lowly and insufficient enough for the son. A humble personae, she assumes the stance of begging in order to obtain support for her child. Unlike the luxury of co-habitation with persons who uphold a promise to marry or take care of a woman, and just up and go suddenly, the wealthy parents of Jacques return to the woman and her family, beg forgiveness and Jacques at the middle of them, present him as a new husband-prince to the young expectant eighteen-year old, mother-to-be, Patricia. Such a tender moment enfolds as mall children run and giggle just at the mere watching of Jacques who proposes behind the bushes to his pregnant girlfriend, as he tells his new bride-to-be sweet somethings behind the bush. The last scene of the film ends with the new mother & father standing on the porch, and both sets of in-laws drawn together by love for a son & daughter soon to be wed, that and the unborn child and love for eachother shared by both.