Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s disease in France and in the world. However, it remains poorly understood by the public and is still too often associated with tremors alone, which tend to be trivialized when patients are elderly.

However, people with Parkinson’s don’t just suffer from tremors, but from a multitude of symptoms that greatly hinder their daily lives: slowness of movement, stiffness in the muscles, tremors at rest, sleep disorders, difficulty speaking, concentrating, writing, etc. And they have no choice but to cohabit with the disease, a forced cohabitation that can be burdensome and painful.

While the lack of consideration of the subject in public opinion hampers the mobilization and support needed by the 200,000 people suffering from Parkinson’s in France, France Parkinson and its agency TBWAParis wanted to raise public awareness about “the most unknown of all known diseases”.

In a film with a poetic aesthetic and direction, TBWAParis and France Parkinson explore the deprivation of freedom of movement through dance, an expression by excellence of the freedom of movement of the body, which is here impeded, …