In France, since 2003, new directives have introduced the concept of eviction quotas to be filled each year. These goals, quantified for the first time in history, provoke violent criticism. Arrests, sometimes even in schools, have gradually led citizens to switch to civil disobedience against what they call “the politics of numbers”. Is this number frenzy really a solution to the immigration problem? Is it applicable without leading to drifts? The film updates the workings of immigration policy in France and questions the legal frameworks opposing the just to the legal.