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Opened 30 years ago, in the middle of the Quartier Latin in Paris, my father's hardware store is a meeting point for the neighbourhood and the playground of my childhood years.

DJ Andrew Fearns taps a key on his laptop as he shakes his head to the rhythm. Standing next to him, singer Jason Williamson spits his street-poetic lyrics into the microphone.

Travelling on foot from Marrakech to reach the dunes of the Sahara, a 600 km journey through the Atlas, a dream for Aurélia.

On the banks of the Maroni and Oyapock rivers, a fatal epidemic of suicide is spreading among the Amerindian youth of French Guyana.

In a Sauerland flea market, Susanne Helmer stumbles on the box of a 1970s hair dryer. On this box, the portrait of a young, shy woman who does not seem eager to be there.

A sexual tour guide, an ex-client who is fighting for the custody of the child he had with a prostitute, and a regular client who is trying to sleep with the highest number of prostitutes possible

A 78-year-old Indian woman in New York is the world’s most passionate theatergoer. Nicki Cochrane has been going to at least one play every day for more than 25 years.

In or out. Yes or no. Leave or stay. Country versus city. Old vs young. Nationalists versus migrants.

Gwendolyn is a force of nature. At 60 years old for 52 kg, she continues her career as a weightlifter and has already won three titles of world champion and four of Europe champion.