A tribute to Brigitte Bardot, The Rupture explores what Bébé, a mother, a lover and a divinity in the eyes of all, identifies with as an inner miracle and turns into a political consciousness that prepares the triumph of a universal war seeking to embrace all human beings victimized by oppression and liberate their personal voice.
However, this war is too idealistic. Bébé is filled with so many intentions that no one believes in her reality. The world seems absent. Nevertheless, this can't be true. Bébé has noticed, Bébé has intended to.. Bébé has loved, Bébé has left and Bébé has consumed herself, died through her own will, Bébé has been consumed, has been killed... In the end, what was really Bébé? A phenomenon of nature, one can argue... Dangerously sincere and simple, humane because man is, per definition, strange or a stranger and thus, strangely real.
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