Jour Après Jour
by Romain Bernard
When Aimé turned seven his mom gave him a camera. That’s how he learned how to observe the landscape. It was always changing and different, and Aimé found that beautiful. Jour après Jour tells the story of the transformations of a rural place and its inhabitants during Aimé’s lifetime. Just when things look like they are coming to an end, unexpected visitors breathe new life into the landscape and into the story. A soulful and timely book that takes on the issues of home, identity, and immigration in a subtle and lyrical way.