The story of one of the last public baths in Italy and the stories of the people who frequent it
A red brick building, with a large neon sign: ‘bathrooms’. They are the last municipal baths of Turin to provide this service to the citizens. It is a microcosm of stories that intersect over time of one of the most intimate aspects of everyone’s life: cleaning one’s body.
A place for meetings of social categories that were once very distinct, today united by the same need. A place of clashes where poverty sometimes takes the form of anger. A precious place, because where poverty manifests itself, sharing and listening also become the principles for a rebirth.