Brussels’ inhabitants tell of the privileged relationship they have with a place – ‘their place’ – in the city. They take us to this public place that, to their eyes, has a private character. A place to which they feel they belong. An intimate place, which they yet share with the other inhabitants of the city. This film brings the light to this ‘invisible city’ that lies in the head of its inhabitants. With the latter, we enter into the folds of the city, to places where the intimate meets the public, where fiction meets reality. Stories of love, solitude, training or conflict, stories of loss, confusion, dismissal or sharing, stories of a time that will never come back or of hope for what is to come.

This work has been digitised in the frame of DCA Project