Interlude is a short film which enables us to look through a small window at the life of a homeless person.
Two strangers cross eyes. The first scopes from one meter 60 centimeters high, the other from one meter below the first. From this imbalance, how do we merge thoughts passing, as we are, at this precise moment?
The need is therefore to multiply the points of view, to cross them, to confront them, to better understand them, and to bring them together.
Here is an interlude that crystallizes the space-time connecting these two beings; a short film at the encounter-point of these two worlds.
More than a school project, making this film was a human experience that teached so much and forever changed my perception of what life can be on the street.