La Blessure, 2004, Francia, 162’, OV with spanish subtitles. 35mm.
Follows social criticism by Nicolas Klotz and Elisabeth Perceval: Blandine arrives from Africa at the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris to be reunited with her husband. But what seems to be a simple plan ends up proving to be impossible This is the reality of Europe: abuse, humiliation and cells. What follows is a film on the day to day of a house occupied by immigrants, where, in a documentary tone, they share the stories of their journey through France and the wounds that give the film its name.