The story that kidnapped Boris's gaze in the end also stole the gaze, but above the heart, of the Piazza. The Prix du Public UBS Locarno72 went to Camille, by Boris Lojkine. A film as powerful as truth, as violent as a slap in the face, able with the cursed force of a war to bend even the noblest of values. A film with the scenography of the Central African Republic and the face of Nina Meurisse. In Locarno, together with Boris Lojkine, he told us about Camille in a interview with Mauro Donzelli. A film that has left no way out in Piazza Grande, winning a place in the roll of honour of the Prix du Public UBS.