And if death was only a costume?
We pass the weapon to the left: death. Restricted area on the right, we start with a portrait of Marylin Monroe when she was still Norma Jean who could even be an allegory of her life: “Marylin shows what death looks like”: directed by fashion photographer André de Dienes 1950, one sees only his hands taking his head hidden under a coarse blanket of wool. A frightened ghost, dismayed. Next to her, a puppet, an envelope, “the disguise” of the artist Pierre Ardouin: and if death was only a costume?