Mouth open on scary fangs, the resin gorilla self-proclaims invincible by hammering his torso with his threatening fists. Reinterpreting the fantastic creature of King Kong, Richard Orlinski asks us about our archaic fears about our animality. But the ferocious beast is capable of tenderness. So where is the barbarism? On the side of the animal or the modern civilization that kills him at the top of his skyscraper?