What can the camera tell us about matters of physical remembrance?  It is the third chapter of a consequent creative process: from a paiting, through a dance performance, to a screen choreography. Anthropométrie is inspired by the homonymous paiting by Yves Klein, in which he uses naked female models covered in blue paint and drags them across the canvas as "living brushes". Then a choreographer digs into the physical memories of two female performers, which reveal themselves on a stage before an audience. A video-editor inspects leftovers of footage and composes hidden dances for the screen. All three share a common denominator: the memory of what’s left behind.