Nature humaine collects the fragments of memories that remain with Samuel Guigues from the cities he has explored. For Guigues, the city extends out as an observatory of human nature, and its residents are most visible at night. In Nature humaine, Guigues reveals mankind through the allegorical mis-en-scène of wild animals. This symbolic representation leads the viewer to reflect on man’s place in society and his environment.
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