i as you. neither me or you. through the transparencies of a film that shrouds the subject, happens the encounter with the outside: you, the different , the absolutely unknown, the irreducible other. through the dialectic between the protective closure and self exposure, human identity opens itself to unlimited possibilities. the body, the face of the i, that reveals itself to the other and within the other is never equal to itself. what lingers on, the identity, is simply the mutability of a reciprocal glance that filters through the foldings of an opaque transparency.