The room is dark. We see two slide projections and hear voices from the four corners of the room, as if from the four cardinal points of the earth. Yasmine Eid-Sabbagh and Rozenn Quéré describe their joint work "Vie possible et imaginaires" as follows: Jocelyne, the eldest sister, lived in Cairo. Frieda, the youngest, went into exile to Paris. Stella left Lebanon for New Yorkduring the civil war, and her twin Graziella is the only to remain in Beirut. Far from being a factual or historical portrait of Graziella and her sisters, Possible and Imaginary Lives is an attempt toconvey the eccentricities and delusions of these women, so as to give their imaginings an equal status as to reality. In other words, by combining old family photographs and text, they were not aiming to write their story, but to write their myth.