“Windows on Street” : Containment is a completely new and special situation. Being in the challenge of locking yourself up to protect yourself. We found ourselves prisoners of a place which is usually our refuge. We (again) become aware of the world around us, the noises that populate it, its lights, of this agitation that we have often fled and which we now miss. The window, the balcony becomes the rope that allows us to keep the link with the outside and relieves isolation. I wanted to give an account, with tenderness and humor, of all these people eager for...
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