I'm a french student from Sciences Po Lille studying abroad in Mexico city. Two years ago 43 students of the Ayotzinapa University (GUERRERO) have disappeared in really shady circumstances. The problem is that Ayotzinapa is not an isolated case, this is unfortunately not the first nor the last time such an event like this occurs. This is a recurring case of enforced disappearance. This event crystallizes in one time all the problems of Mexico (spying, drugs/narcos, political crisis...). In addition, what interessed us the most is that this event highlights the difficult emergence of a political opposition, the risks of any journalistic investigation or ANY FORM OF ART EXPRESSION in the country. For all thoses reasons, I'm doing a documental about this for my school and I've talk with the parents, some mexicans journalist, teachers etc who help me for the documental. I've talk to them about the inside out project and they are really excited about it because even if the hope to find them alive start to disappear the moment is living through the parents. Moreover what i hoped achieved with all this project it's memory of the death. I deeply believe it's an important point of cultural imaginary for the next social problem, if we do nothing, there will be more terrible thing and the future.