Following a terrible accident paragliding, Philippe (François Cluzet), a wealthy artistocrat, is forced to hire a personal assistant and surprisingly chooses Driss (Omar Sy), a young suburban fresh out of prison. In short, the wrong person for the job.
Leaving aside his lack of experience when it comes to funny things change radically. And so, all barriers disappear, leaving room for the wildest, strangest and incredibly fun adventure, Philippe and Driss where trains constantly, building a strong friendship, although unlikely.
Because the two precisely what separates them makes them Invincible, two friends are able to move mountains together, to make Vivaldi live again together with Earth, Wind and Fire, in a word to create very much humor a common universe of seemingly incompatible worlds.
With a remarkable actor playing a brilliant screenplay based on real events, clever and humorous dialogues quality Invincible is one of the few critically acclaimed and loved by the public alike. The film broke both records of awards and box office, making it the third most watched movie of all time in France and received 10 nominations Awards Cesar, Cesar Award for best actor (Omar Sy) reward for Best Actor (for Omar Sy and Francois Clouzet) and Tokyo Grand Prix for Best Film at the Tokyo International Film Festival.