A couple visit the gallery of extinct species at the Museum of Natural History, Paris. She is an environmental activist (or so it seems), he is less involved. On display are hundreds of extinct animals testifying to man's destructive impact on nature. She is appalled at the sight and furious with her companion who seems to give little importance to the problem. An argument and misunderstanding erupts between the two: at lunch the true nature of the protagonist emerges. Winner of the honourable mention award for best short film at FICA 2009, C'est pas grave, pokes fun at the risks of lip-
service environmentalism and sounds the alarm about
the hundreds of animals at risk of extinction.