In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … Georges finds the trace of Victoire, but this one seems obsessed by a mysterious woman. At the same time, Jack confesses his feelings to Hadrien, and Noor discovers that Gabriel is manic.
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Monday October 4 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
Victoire seems obsessed with a mysterious woman
For the past two days, no one has heard from Victoire, who left the hospital using the staff exit and voluntarily left her cell phone behind, in order not to be located. Martin asks Georges if everything was going well with their relationship. Georges then explains that his partner was weird lately, that she had hallucinations and that she was constantly afraid. For him, Victoire has never been so vulnerable and it is urgent to find her.
At the hospital, William confides in Sandrine that if Victoire does not take her anti-rejection treatment within 24 hours, her body will reject the transplant, which will result in her death. At the same time, Roxane tells Georges and Sara that Victoire’s bank card has just been used in a mini-market.
This track does not give anything conclusive but Sara and Georges end up finding Victoire not far from there, at the edge of the pond, with two homeless women. Victoire is rushed to the hospital and William orders that she be injected with anticoagulant and intravenous anti-rejection.
William later tells Victoire that his EKG results are good and that his condition is stable. Now it is important that she rests. Georges tries to understand why his partner left the hospital, and Victoire replies that she needed some fresh air and that she felt carried. She adds that she felt good with the homeless people she met, that it was as if she knew them.
Georges explains to her that she spoke about a certain Dimitri a little earlier and tries to understand who it is. But Victoire has no idea and bursts into tears when she admits that she hasn’t been the same since her transplant.
While Georges and Martin seem to be wondering about the trail of this famous Dimitri, Victoire, alone in her hospital room, suddenly seems completely absorbed by the face of a young woman on the front page of a magazine and is starts to draw frantically. Georges finds her later and discovers a whole bunch of drawings representing a woman’s face pasted on the walls of the room. And Victoire, who seems in a daze, continues to draw on the windows the same face of a woman with blue eyes.
Jack confesses his feelings to Hadrien
Hadrian and Sofia do their best to find Romeo Deval, Hadrian’s biological father. They identified 23 profiles on social networks that potentially correspond to the latter. 12 are located in the Paris region, the others all over France, and the last in Germany.
Hadrien therefore decided to go see them one after the other. Of course, the young man is afraid of his father’s reaction when he finds him. But he needs to see him and know who he is. However, he decided not to tell Alma about it and made her believe that he was indeed about to leave for Goa.
During the day, Jack comes to visit Hadrien and learns that he is about to leave since he has received his new passport. Hadrien still doesn’t understand who stole it from him, and Jack ends up denouncing himself. Hadrien, annoyed, tries to understand how he could have done such a thing, reminding him in passing that it almost broke his relationship with Sofia. And the teenager, who retreats with each step that Hadrian takes towards him, ends up falling into the Daunier swimming pool.
Once dried, Jack explains to Hadrien that he is in love with him and that he stole his passport so that he stays near him. He thinks Hadrian must hate him now but Sofia’s boyfriend, who admits that the teenager has made a bit of a mess in his life, admits that in the end he should thank him because, without him, he would never have known for his biological father. He also says he is flattered to have been his first crush and assures Jack that he will soon find someone good. Touched, Jack takes Hadrien in his arms.
Then comes the time to say goodbye to Hadrian and Sofia, who promise to meet again soon. Once Hadrian left, Sofia confides in Manon that she is afraid that Hadrian’s quest will make him suffer and that it will push him to go to the other side of the world to forget everything. But Manon reassures her sister: Hadrien would never do that. Yes…