Luna is surrounded by her three sisters Tia, Mila and Anna and her parents Christophe and Estelle.
Estelle testifies: “We respect the confinement completely, the girls have not been out in the streets since March 14. To compensate, we try to exercise all together every night. it makes up for the many little culinary delights that we give ourselves! Food allows a sacred moment of sharing and that brings us together!
Otherwise we are living our confinement rather well, Chris teleworks and I am a nanny on short-time work. We are used to staying together 24 hours a day (thanks to our trips: http://www.leschreslutimias.fr/,) which helps us a lot I think because we live in a 91 square meters with a very small balcony.
There are ups and downs especially when the girls are not motivated to work. I'm the mom who goes to school. Chris helps me when I need it. The teachers are great, very present. But we are afraid that all parents will not be able to make children work in the same way because the teachers send us real class sessions, which is not easy to do. Which risks creating a gap in levels between the children.
The virus is scary. I am convinced that it is our planet which sends us a message: "I am no longer breathing, I am suffocating." I am optimistic, I hope that this virus will give an electric shock so that we can change the world of tomorrow . And I hope that it will develop SOLIDARITY between humans, without it, I think it might be complicated. "
Luna took part in a cinema workshop around “looks at our plates” in 2015 while she was in fourth grade. Two classes were involved in this food project. Here we share the debrief link and the video of the film:
Two years later, she joined the children's home in Prémol to participate in “Seeds of Hope”. Luna is low-key, but very interested and very creative. Here she is on camera on the set of "Seeds of Hope".