Dancer, mime and choreographer, director and actor. Lindsay Kemp has never backed down in front of a new challenge, from the "Off-Off-Broadway" theatre to the auteur cinema of Ken Russell and Todd Haynes. A few months after his death, Edoardo Gabbriellini delves into the intimate world of an incredible artist, whose repertoire covered Shakespeare to Nosferatu, who inspired visionaries like Derek Jarman and David Bowie. This last session of interviews was sadly interrupted by the death of the star. One last, unexpected coup de théâtre: the fitting end of an eccentric character, whose only goal has always been to electrify, stimulate, surprise the public so that every moment on stage was more and more surprising. Even after his death. Raise your glasses for Lindsay Kemp.