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The short film is a work that seeks to reveal the hidden depths of human vulnerability, transforming them into a source of beauty and hope.
Unlike contemporary art, which sometimes seems detached from reality, this story creates genuine connections with the public. It explores communicating artistic organisms set up in an abandoned building: a former 19th century prison now abandoned.
Through the empty corridors and dusty cells, we discover a hidden world – among graffiti, sentences and collages of the prisoners of the time – in which the traces of the past and of suffering merge with the beauty inherent in human vulnerability.
The short film teaches us to look at the world with different eyes, to find the courage to fight for life despite the difficulties and to see the beauty that emerges from accepted vulnerability.
In approximately 15 minutes of viewing, this short film opens spaces of authenticity and empathy, exploring important themes such as humanity, vulnerability, strength and resilience. It invites viewers to reflect on their own fears and uncertainties and to recognize the power of art in revealing hidden realities and transforming our gaze on them.
The ending, where the camera moves away from the abandoned building, reveals the hidden beauty that lurks everywhere in our city. This invitation to see beyond appearances leaves us with a feeling of hope and a greater awareness of our shared humanity.