A film, like a candy whose bitter heart is coated in sugar. Camille, cloistered at home for over a year, escapes into video games, dance, mangas and drawing . Among her drawings, we discover MYO, her double, stronger and more extroverted than she. character she created and that she "integrates" to face the outside world. One morning, under pressure from her mother, Camille decides to put an end to her misunderstanding of society and the world around her and crosses the door of her apartment with the ambition to end her life. Fortunately, thanks to the different people she will meet on the way, far from her bitterness, she will finally find the sweet taste of life. A poetic and imaginative setting that nevertheless evokes a deep and complex subject. The difficulty of integrating into our society, especially into the world of work, and therefore of being out of step with one's environment. The title, HIKIKOMORI, is a Japanese word meaning "cloistered" in English. A phenomenon affecting ...