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Silver Rockers

Choeur de Rockers



Struggling rock singer Alex accepts a job Teaching a group of seniors to sing music for kids but all the rebellious retirees want to do is ROCK! You've never seen rock like this before!

Ida Techer & Julie Manoukian - Based on the book

Directed by

Ida Techer

Luc Bricault First assistant directors on Jealous, Django, Breathe, Serial (Bad) Weddings


Mathilde Seigner (Sam Season 1, Back to Mom's, The Girl from Paris, Harry, He's Here to Help)
Bernard Le Coq (The Flower of Evil, A Wonderful Family)
Anne Benoît Husband, Wife, Kids... And Lovers
Brigitte Roüan (Guy, Based on a True Story, Love at First Fight…)
Myriam Boyer Tricky Old Dogs, Amant Double
Andrea Ferreol
Patrick Rocca


Yves Marmion for UGC

Delivery: UGC Distribution – December 28th, 2022

2022 / Original language: French / Color

Broke and burdened with family issues, rock singer Alex accepts her friend Elodie's job offer to teach a group of retired seniors to sing. What sounds like easy work in an uplifting social program turns out to be a hot mess when the eccentric old-timers refuse to perform the program’s
boring kids’ songs. All seems lost, until the group proposes a more exciting plan: Alex can teach them rock songs instead! Program director Stephane flat out refuses, but the rebel retirees won't take no for an answer. Against her better judgment, Alex accepts the challenge of secretly transforming her class into a class-act rock performance like no one has ever seen!

Together they work hard to overcome stage fright, conquer tongue-tying English lyrics and learn to groove... all the while ridiculously scrambling to keep it secret from the director. When the big day of the showcase finally arrives, their great performance electrifies the audience, but not everyone is a fan. Stephane throws them out and fires Alex. The group disbands and Alex gradually loses her inspiration to sing. The dream is over... or is it? Brought together one last time to mourn the death of their eldest member, the group sings in her honour, with more soul than ever. Why not rock on?