Tina is a woman who has got rid of every prejudice and superstructure, every mask: Tina is a free woman.
This absence of boundaries of her sparked in me the desire to know her, to observe her more and more closely, in an attempt to grasp her nuances and feel her emotions.
Tina told herself and let herself be told, over time, while our relationship was evolving and forking: she fell in love with her, I was obsessed with her.
Shot after shot I tried to explore her everyday life and mix it with mine, thus weaving a sort of tapestry.
This idea passed through a filter and an exchange was born: her story for my sensitivity.
Tina does not want to be just the intimate portrait of a woman, but her own desire to go beyond what for many would have been insurmountable limits: the signs of time, the never predictable banality of everyday life, the intrusion of a stranger into her home and in his private, the one who lives beyond the lock of every door.
Tina is a leap of confidence with your eyes closed, the beauty of lulling yourself in our innate and beneficial solitude, and simply accepting, lightly, to share it.