Wozo Thibaut Monnier

Boris Vanhoestenberghe is a young and passionate photographer. When he finally obtains a job as a communications officer for the United Nations in Haiti, he is quickly confronted and questioned on his own involvement and role in the country: is depicting and staging poverty to attract funding a contribution to the development of a nation? While reporting for the UN in the north of Haiti, Boris accidentally witnesses a collective rape committed by blue helmets on a young Haitian. Boris takes a few images of the scene but one soldier spots him. What will he decide to do with these images?