Members of a Gypsy family are photographed at nightfall, illuminated by the light of a fire around which they are gathered. Absorbed in their thoughts, silent, they are looking down, as though they do not want to see what is before them. In counterpoint to these photographs, a caravan is consumed by the flames of a fire. Like photograms from films, the images allow the spectator to try to understand by himself or herself the meaning of what he or she is shown.