Symphony is dedicated to those who sheltered Jews during the German occupation and also to those who were in the resistance. The picture shows the inner life of those who were locked up and persecuted. The story takes place in the present. Romain Schneid tells about his claustrophobia when as a 12-years-old boy back in 1942 he was hiding in a tiny apartment. Author, narrator and actor are one and the same person. His monologue puts him back in the past and so he revives his dramatic situation or his delirium. Who can tell?
With the support of Groupe cinéma du Club Antonin Artaud, AJC.