In a universe that looks like nothingness, two beings seem to exist only to come into contact.

Their desire becomes joy, then furious search for pleasure going beyond the limits of the sexual act.


Emmanuel Gras turned to cinema after studying history. He joined ENS Louis-Lumière and worked as a cinematographer while making his own films.

His first documentary feature, Bovines, was acclaimed by the public after its presentation at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for the César for best documentary.

Emmanuel Gras then co-directed with Aline Dalbis 300 Hommes.

Shot in the DRC, his film Makala won the Critics' Week Grand Prize at Cannes.

His latest feature film, A People, tells the story of the Yellow Vests movement, which shook up France for an entire year.