When a home turns into a jail, some think of evasion, imposing a dramatic disappearance. Before taking the freedom of which they were so deprived, to return and roam the premises to inflict on their husband beyond fear, a daunting nostalgia for time passed and provoke pain and regrets, and to play a little too. In this series of self-portraits France Dubois let...
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