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By Gillian West, Social media manager

May 16, 2016 | 2 min read

The Dignity Institute, an international association based in Denmark, has joined forces with Grey Paris to raise awareness of the 125,000+ political violence and torture victims living in France.

As the government does not yet have any health or social security policy in place to help and assist victims, Talking Bones aims to bring the people of France closer to those suffering.

Voted Creative Work of the Week, the Grey Paris-led creative sees torture victim’s audio testimonies recorded onto their own medical x-rays and, when placed on a turntable, the x-rays can be played like a vinyl record.

In order to make torture a key issue of debate – Grey Paris sent the records to key influencers to create real conversation about this highly sensitive subject. It is hoped that by hearing the victims’ stories, whilst seeing their injuries, will force people to face the reality that torture is not a distant issue but a tangible reality in France.

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Executive Creative Director: Thierry Astier

Art Director: Romain Arrigoni

Copywriter: Nicolas Richard

Additional Credits: Head of Communication: Charlotte Buisson

Director: Francous Bricage

DOP: Fabio Caldironi

Vinyl Maker: LATHECUTS.com

Videographer: Abril Castillo

Photography: Studio Lacen

Sound Production: Ipanema Music

Director: Philippe Hebrard

Sound Production: Possible

Director: Franck Delabre, Stephane Martin

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