For if Dreams Die (2019)
When the body is imprisoned by the senses, reality seems to elude us. For if Dreams Die is an internal dialogue exposed in the open. Here, the theme of the mouth is pushed to an extreme and takes us inside the performers themselves. Facing the unknown until it accepts to let go of a part of itself, the body maintains the hope of being able to rebuild itself anew. Dreaming being intrinsic to life, what would become of us in the absence of dreams?