The subject of the removal of the ENA School is an evergreen theme. The newspaper the Figaro consulted its readers in September 2016, result: 82% for deletion, out of 47,753 voters! To question the existence of the ENA is to question the government and the way it’s run: the degree of democracy in the recruitment of the elite, the bridges between private and public sector. What do the Enarchs think about it? While most think a transformation of the school would be beneficial, others, like Bruno Le Maire, speak out for the complete disappearance of the School.
Following three ENA students in their daily lives, from Strasbourg to their internships in the provinces, that we will develop the arguments of this film. What are these future enarchs looking for? What idea do they have of their future job? Why does state service attract them? What is ENA all about today and what we can expect from it. Three of them believe in their missions, coming from different backgrounds, but filled with the same faith in their future professions