Years ago, Thomas received from his Grand-Pa the Hasselblad that he had kept through out his photographer career, stretching back to the early 50’s. Was it this Hasselblad, more than his diploma in social media, that convinced Thomas he had...
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Bernhard has been in Pierreuse district since the 80s. In his house, he found beams that dates back to 1650. For a few weeks, he has been building a second residence in Pierreuse street with recycling materials.
Germain, a local priest, is well known in Pierreuse district. He lives in the old school. In this enormous building, which is full of vestiges of the past, it temporarily welcomes undocumented migrants. On the weekend, Germain goes back to Wasme, his native region, in order to celebrate the Mass with mainly elderly people.
Leopold bought his house in Pierreuse district in the 80's. For twenty years, leaving his house aside, he fought against the construction of the courthouse adjoining the Pierreuse district, in vain! Today, at 70, he eventually plans to finish his house!
Half Corsican, half Moroccan but feeling Belgian, Faysal has been living in Pierreuse since 2006. He worshiped "Tony Montana". He completely renovated his apartment himself and he now attacks his terrace. Faysal loves to revive the objects he finds in the street.
Nelly arrived at Pierreuse 40 years ago. She prays daily and often confeffes to Germain the street priest. During a pilgrimage in 1997, Nelly had the opportunity to meet the Pope to ask for the beatification of the former priest of Pierreuse (Father Paul).
Said is an Iranian political refugee. He has been living in Pierreuse district since 96'. Every morning, after having been driving his daughter to school, Said does his physical exercises to stay in shape.