At an interval of 25 years, comparative views of the inhabitants of the neighbourhoods of North Marseille by the photographer Gilles Favier and the journalist Philippe Pujol. At the beginning of the 1990s, the Ministry of Culture wanted to draw up an inventory of France and commissioned Raymond Depardon to travel around the countryside.
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