"Envy" is an unfinished personal reflection on gender and non-binarity. The
camera films two people, two bodies, alternately female or male, or both? or neither?
The viewer is confused, and doesn't know who is who, but it doesn’t matter.
The camera is sometimes close, sometimes distant, like a voyeur who wants to
participate, who wants to be part of it. From time to time, one of the two people looks
straight at the camera - and the image turns bright red, like a connection, a flash, a
lightning, maybe a sudden jealousy of not being in the protagonists' shoes? The eyes
then refocus on the other person, and forgets about the camera, the voyeur, who
continues to stare in silence.