The writers Cesare Pavese and Jean-Luc Lagarce had a tragic destiny. The first committed suicide after a sentimental disappointment and the second died of AIDS. Sex holds a central place in their diaries. By associating the daily life of its director, the animal figure of the cat, scenes of sex and the texts of these two authors, Today, nothing works the echoes between the writing and the life.
Van Herpe Hugo