In Colombia, two war photographers, Damien and Christian -a left-wing French and a right-wing Colombian respectively- struggle to recover from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and war-related issues after covering war for 15 years. However, as they try to find a new purpose in life, violence returns with heavier censorship and persecution, while death threats intensify against them. Damien’s case worsens as his visa is cancelled in what he perceives as censorship, forcing him to return temporarily to Paris. As his best friend returns, Christian starts to struggle with suicide thoughts and destructive memories of war. Neither of them has it easy. We follow their daily struggle and intents to escape death, in a straightforward portrait of one of the most dangerous and overlooked jobs in Colombia: War Photography.
The audiovisual aspect aims at neatness, with frames showing a content narrated with actions rather than dialogues, gestures and atmospheres. The film seeks to generate a reflective vision of memories of war, not to create a museum piece; this is the story of a friendship that goes through the greatest adversities, where the horror and beauty of a painful work, photojournalism, arise. We want the audience to feel the calm and intense feelings that a war photographer experiments when dealing with war, death and hope.