A report on Theo Angelopoulos who came back to the Cité Universitaire in Paris where he lived in his youth when he was a student. With the former Greek manager of the building, the director recollects memories from that time.
Essay writer and philosopher Edouardo Lourenco, author of a biography of Fernando Pessoa, explains how this writer, who is now considered to be one of the most important ones of the century, disrupted Portuguese imaginations through his accounts of the city of Lisbon and daily life. His work also discusses modern man's loss of identity through his multiplicity. Finally, Pivot comments on one of his greatest works, Book of Disquiet.