Paul Wauters was there when Air was still LHHS, when Leo Burnett still had his name on the door, when Duval and Guillaume were still actual people in the room and when LG&F was still fighting to become famous. Then he went to Rome when parties were still bunga bunga and on to Paris when gilets jaunes were something you kept next to the red triangle in the car. And still he’s not that old. Today he is in between Paris and Antwerp and in between advertising and writing audio plays. Even if he was already on juries when ads didn’t need a film to explain them, he’s very happy to be on this one.