In Martinique, an innovative hospital catering to individuals undergoing psychiatric care embarks on an experimental journey. Within this facility, a pioneering initiative unfolds: guided by a young artist-researcher, participants engage in workshops that fuse music, dance, and the sacred rituals of Bèlè tradition. As the drums resound and voices entwine, distinctions blur—caretakers blend with patients, observers merge with the observed.
At the center of this transformative experience stands the director, who immerses both the audience and himself in an intimate exchange. Through his lens, we traverse a realm where unspoken questions intertwine with the voices of those who grapple with psychiatric diagnoses—conversations seldom held in the open until now. The film invites us into this uncharted territory, where roles shift, boundaries dissolve, and a newfound connection emerges.