Sebastien Calvet is a photographer for the newspaper Liberation. He covers politics, especially the Socialist Party. On the evening of June 13, 2004, an election night that coincided with an important soccer match, Calvet found himself alone with François Hollande, who was awaiting the decision of a game-deciding penalty. Rien à voir: Twelve photographers tell the story of the photograph they didn't take.
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