Ima’s Dreams/Les rêves d’Ima

In an Andean village, on the shores of Lake Titicaca, young Ima drifts into a mysterious sadness and sees her nights inhabited by terrifying nightmares. Her craftsmen family is helpless, until an old man who can explain dreams gives her a way to get rid of them. But this won’t be empty of consequences for the village… Ima decides to face her dreams, interpreting powerful narratives whose roots dive in the deepest of the Inca soul. 

By Ghislaine Roman and Bertrand Dubois

24 x 32,5 cm – 40 pages