Obesity is a serious disease that is underestimated from the medical-scientific point of view and that is gradually spreading throughout our country. Looking around I started to notice more and more people with serious overweight problems. Curiosity led me to meet Angela, a girl of just over thirty years old who fights her illness daily. Angela started swimming at the age of four. By the age of fifteen she was a professional swimmer, making herself the protagonist of feats such as crossing the Strait of Messina. Her obesity is due to psychological issues. At the age of eighteen, Angela’s weight was over 70 kilos and from that point onwards began what would become a state of perpetual suffering from the intimate and social point of view. As I approached her world, I realized how many obstacles such a large body imposes on you. The movements which we can perform every moment without thinking about them, are often a source of discomfort: even lacing your shoes becomes complicated. Everything takes longer and the fatigue is felt almost immediately with insistence. The looks that Angela receives are shamelessly insistent and the ghettoizing is a logical consequence. To believe that lack of willpower is the only cause of obesity is the most widespread mistake. The self-irony flows freely from Angel. But if we stop to reflect upon her actions and knowing her better, you understand that behind this facade hides fear and fatigue. The dream of losing weight is not as strong in her as that of being accepted. NO OBESE, I read on the ads on the internet for couples exchanges or simply to get to know a man. So creating a loving and sexual life is almost impossible. Getting on a plane, sitting comfortably on a train, undergoing an MRI scan or finding a job in contact with the public are denied rights. Continuing to tell the fragments of life of these people, imprisoned in their bodies is my project. Looking for the point of contact between them and people who do not know directly this disease, which is taking the form of a real epidemic.