On her first night, she hears strange noises and a picture on her wall begins to move.
Fearing a supernatural presence, she flees to Evguenie's house.
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It won the audience award at the 19th annual COLCOA French Film Festival in Los Angeles A shy woman (Mélanie Bernier) moves into her new apartment in Paris, helped by her sister Charlotte (Lilou Fogli).
She longs to be a professional pianist and has just moved out of the house of her piano teacher, Evguenie (Grégoire Oestermann).
Eventually, their mutual wind-up ends when the woman amplifies a metronome, and the man cannot bear it any more.
When she is practising Chopin's Revolutionary Etude, the man finally speaks to her.
The man nicknames her 'Machine' ('Whosit') and the woman nicknames him 'Machin' ('Whatsit').