In the Paris of the Nazi Occupation, a shadow wanders round its streets in search of the lost memory. It gathers small pieces of it for some to find a way to reconstruct the long path of oblivion. The French writer, Patrick Modiano, dedicated part of his works to tour the city of Paris.
Cécile O. Carvallo takes photographs. Felipe Vega makes films. Both read the French writer Patrick Modiano and unveil his stories about a Paris that barely exists today, that of the German Occupation during the last century. Consequently, they blend photography and film to tell a brief story taken from the bloody history of the twentieth century. With her camera, Cécile views the city and its melancholy. Then, together, they set up a documentary: 'Paris, clair-obscur' Meanwhile, Cécile O. Carvallo publishes a book on Picasso, and Felipe Vega exhibits a documentary about another photographer, Carlos Pérez Siquier.