Andrea Savorani Neri is a photographer, journalist, and filmmaker based in Paris, France. Currently a contributor to BBC, Sky tg24, Ruptly TV, and other media.
Over the past two and a half months the movement of the yellow vest holds France in check. Since November 17, 2018, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets every Saturday to demand the resignation of President Emmanuel Macron. Systematically, minority groups of troublemakers collide with law enforcement and policeman.
Here is our multimedia piece for BBC Capital on the difficulty to sell a family mansion in France. Adèle Humbert and I spent time with Roland Thenot, 84-year-old owner of Montclavel, the family castle. He says that he has to “give up the fight for Montclavel for lack of fighters” because his nephews are just not interested in taking over the castle. New generations don’t have the same conception of feeling rooted and it impacts the real estate market.