A woman is on the floor, motionless. A hand explores this body very gently until it realizes that it doesn't react. Panic. Resuscitation attempts. The hand struggles to lift the body to a standing position.
Finally she opened her eyes: Astonished.
At first, she lives in an apocalyptic void. But little by little she will create a world where she believes in herself and makes us believe that she is not alone.
Sunk in solitude, her life waits for one thing: the sound of the telephone.
A breath of memories will be presented, investing her entire world…
A chair, a table, a fridge. The stripped-down space is the vivid image of what is offered to the viewer. This silent character opens the doors of her intimacy with an infinite tenderness.
“Yesterday is coming” is a journey from the density of emptiness to the intensity of loss to the power of imagination.