A woman fishing in turbid waters, a suffering nature, the broken chant of the muezzin, all linked by a thin, black line.
Paris, 2017: A new president is elected in the spring, and the state of emergency continues. He prowls through the capital, on the lookout among old and new monuments. As the city struggles to regain its innocence, it slips gently into everyday life as well as into the lines of the constitution.
A figure in a panda bear costume performs an erotic pole dance. On removing the panda’s head, a woman appears and steps up to the camera to deliver her own praises of a complex image of women, simultaneously strong and vulnerable, a potential powder keg.