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Martine, Constance, Aliam and the others were victims of incest and are suffering the consequences through their various addictions. Direct testimonies and interviews with specialists : Evelyne Josse psychologist, Muriel Salmona psychiatrist, Noëlle Le Dréau psycho-genealogist.
A guide and deaf students visit Petit Pierre’s fabulous carousel of at the Fabuloserie. A way to discover an unusual deaf artist in French Sign Language.
Nina was in love with Lucien but, confused by his unpredictable and violent attitudes, she showed him the door. Threatened by him of committing suicide, she writes all night to recover the thread of her traumatic memories and to keep her spirits.
Elsa is 9 years old and her parents are deaf, how to grow with sign language when one is not deaf. Just like the Director, she is caught between two worlds not always compatible.
From initiation rituals to ancient time wars, from blood-drenched regimes in contemporary armed conflicts, torture continues despite international laws, victims and professionals involved by their sides express themselves.
Isabel chose to exclude herself to escape the secret of her life. Supported by social services and her boyfriend Eric, she discovers the past of her mother as an ex prostitute and its consequences.
Entrusted as a baby to neighbours and recovered when aged 10 years old to do the housekeeping, Salima describes the psychological abuse she suffered. Comments by Marie-France Hirigoyen, psychiatrist and Véronique Nahoum-Cluster, anthropologist.
Deaf people were victims of sterilization, deportation and extermination under Hitler’s regime. Survivors, hidden children and historians bear witness.
Sign Language was banned in France from 1880 to 1992, deaf artists defend it.
Koji Inoue’s biographer leads us to his family, his deaf friends and the professionals who discovered him, for a journey through the Japan of his pictures and the sign language.
The painful journey of two young men placed in a medical and professional day school for school failure, helps us to describe the three stages of exclusion. Comments by Bernard Lempert, therapist and Philippe Gutton psychiatrist.
Koji Inoue was a famous deaf photographer who pictured post-war Japan. Was he a photographer like the others?
Emmanuelle Laborit talks about her deaf identity and her vocation to be an actress, alongside this, French and German deaf artists evoke their resistance through creation.
Some school children speak about violence within their family and in the playground. Adult victims and professionals comment.
Held in conjunction with the play « The Love Song of Auschwitz alphabets » by Armand Gatti, the first debate on the deportation of deaf people under Hitler’s regime is organized. It brings together stories and figures.
By following the campaign to prevent sexual abuse in a class of 1st year primary school lead by Dr. Emmanuelle Piet, the aim is to point out the very roots of the violence. Children, adults and professionals bear witness.
Young people with multiple disabilities living in a center that took ten years to build. Where communication seems impossible, the camera reveals obvious relations.
In a medical and professional day school, socially or mentally handicapped young people try to learn to be independent and to find a future. Some participate in a rap music video.
On the occasion of a show by deaf people at the Palais de Tokyo, we are made to understand through interviews that the French Sign Language is still very poorly accepted in France.
In a Centre d’Aide par le Travail (help center by labour), deaf, blind and deaf-blind people coexist more or less well in their daily lives and in the workshops. Some deaf give us snippets of their past.