Fondation Abbé Pierre gives hopeful look at life after homelessness

The PSA, created by Fred & Farid, shines a light on a woman's unbreakable spirit.

Some days even the smallest inconveniences can feel like the end of the world. 

French charity Fondation Abbé Pierr flipped the script on annoying trivial matters in its spot, "The Good Life." The short film follows Virginie, a woman who faces little misfortunes throughout her day. She has to wake up early for work, misses her bus and shatters her phone screen. 

She later fights with her husband, wakes in the middle of the night to take care of her crying child and carries groceries up a flight of stairs. Despite these inconveniences, Virginie smiles through it all. At the end, she stumbles upon the park bench she camped out at while homeless.

 "There is life after homelessness," the tagline reads.