Linda Qibaa lives in Marseille. She studied photography at Icart-Photo. She worked for a while in studios in Paris. She then went back to study philosophy at Paris 8 and then comparative research in anthropology, sociology and history at the EHESS. It is there that she began to be interested in visual anthropology and creative documentary.
A supermarket in which security guards and thieves cross paths, stare at each other and challenge each other. A security headquarters that resembles a watchtower where Victor watches video surveillance screens all day long. He recounts his arrival in France and casts a sharp eye on the world. A factory town, which regains a human dimension and becomes a place of refuge that one can inhabit.