La danse du destin

Sarajevo, 12 ans après

Ganimeta, the shy little girl

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The young Ganimeta, the little shy girl, had grown up and is now a lovely girl who dresses like the others girls, attending school and trying to get away from the Gypsy lifestyle and traditions.
“It’s me, that’s me !”
She recognized herself in the portrait where the shy and anxious young girl hands over her mouth,who stared into emptiness.
“When you shot those pictures I was 9 years old. Now I’ll be 21.Mama you’re exaggerating. (to her gipsy mother) Thank God we are all alive. Thank God none of us was hurt and we did not remain disabled. But we hardly survive because we do not work but deep inside ourselves we’re happy!”
Ganimeta poses for me with the same attitude of twelve years ago, but she has changed and her eyes show the joy and the ambition of a young girl.”Today I am going to school and I make up for lost time and studies. I like going out with my friends and one day I would like to get married with an italian guy”

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