By Michel Ouellette
Au centre d'un village qui se meurt, une enseignante s'est barricadée à l'intérieur de l'école, une ceinture de dynamite autour du ventre. Elle tente d'empêcher que « son » école soit démolie. Ironie, c'est le démolisseur, Jeff, qui tente de los angeles dissuader de tout faire sauter.
Entre les deux, un jeu de lettres qui tient lieu de compte à rebours...
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