- Camille Degeye
Eden, a young PhD student in philosophy is introduced to nightlife by Paul, his
professor. When the in-house DJ of a popular nightclub dies from an overdose, Eden
takes over. Surrounded by music, drugs and sex, Eden observes but does not take part.
However, he finds his place, and new politicized friendships in this alternative, queer
environment. One night, he meets Nidhal, a Tunisian drag performer with whom he falls
madly in love. Between Tunis, Barcelona and Paris, Eden lives his nights to the beat of
Nidhal’s elusive aura.
In the words of the poet, ”Love is to be reinvented”. That is the path followed by Camille’s films and the youth she portrays, a celebration of anything that goes beyond normality. Both a political statement and an alternative sentimental education, her project aims at breaking all sexual, social and ethnic boundaries.
- SOCIETE ACEPHALE
Camille is a self-taught film director who trained in analog filmmaking throughout several short films screened in many festivals. She pursues this maverick path in Journey Through a Body, screened during the 58 th edition of La Semaine de la Critique, a political and poetic portrayal of a struggling artist.