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Cemetery: At dawn, a man visits his deceased. Living in different realities, both persons feel the effects nevertheless and begin a dance of love.
Awakening: A young woman goes out of the world of the dreams. The director investigates here this indescribable moment when the spirit resumes consciousness every morning.
Inspiration: A man draws the world. He seems nevertheless not to be part of it.
Rabbit in Your Headlights: This poem illustrates that a loving man is at the mercy of the woman.
Do our children's dreams make us stronger?
Arena: Prisoner, a man exteriorizes through dance his urge for freedom.
End of the world: At night, sometimes, nobody is there to listen to you.
The haïku is a poetic shape very codified by Japanese origin and in strong symbolic constituent. It is about an extremely brief poem to express the évanescence of things.
Haïku groups together seven very short movies being inspired by this shape of expression and retranscribing it in a visual way.