My Lady is a love story between a woman and a photographer. It’s a photo novel, first-person view. With the difference that the moments captured here are those usually intended for oblivion. We only witness a daily life without passion, made of bathroom cleanings, sweats of a pregnant woman, nervousness, empty eyes. The photographer even seems to refuse his companion any image that would magnify her to keep poses and expressions that would be excluded from any family album. Photographer Romain Leblanc prefers prosaism to fiction. It would be easy to read in this negative photo novel a simple satire,...
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