The most important thing when ill is to never lose heart.
This is a project depicting contemporary Europe through the gathering of some fallen leaves.
100 years after the October Revolution the world seems to have forgot the legacy of the social movements of the 20th century. The first attempt in history that human solidarity tried to overcome the power of profits looks very far away: today, neo-liberal economy is believed to be the only possible reality. The soviet states despite diminishing the goals of the revolutionary constitution of 1917, they defended an alternative system of production and pressed western European countries towards social-friendly and humanitarian policies. Liberty, equality and solidarity are old-fashioned terms as "profit" and "security" seem to have become the new religion: democracy has fallen, banking lobbies and multinational corporations are the ones who actually deploy plans of the future. The new millennia banks in London and Frankfurt remind bunkers, well designed and enormously powerful, sucking countries and populations under the burdens of depths. By close, nationalistic movements, Christian and Muslim fanatics, sovinists and neo-nazis have started gathering their own armies, defending the foretold field from immigrants flows, social struggles, demonstrations, unions, homosexual rights, activists and leftists.