After an earthquake in Naples bay, the body of a man is found. The Italian police believe the man killed himself 40 years ago. They contact Dino and his daughter Victoria for a DNA test. During this unexpected journey together, the young woman digs into her father’s mysterious past while Dino immerses himself unwillingly in the scenery of his childhood.
Marie Larrivé is a painter and a director. After studying classical literature in hypokhâgnes and khâgnes, she studied at ENSAD Paris. Trained in the techniques of stop motion model making, traditional animation and painting, she explores different types of narration.In 2017, her video Proxima B won the audience award at the Science Po Prize for Contemporary Art. The same year, she took part in the exhibition Apparailler at the Palais de Tokyo which brought together 23 young artists who graduated from ENSAD Paris. Winner of the Pierre-Gautier Delaye prize in 2019, she benefits from a one-year residency at the Cité internationale des Arts. In 2020, the Miyu gallery organised Eden, a solo exhibition of her paintings and animation work and in 2021, she exhibited at the Openbach Gallery and the Bastille Design Center with Maison Contemporain.