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Rèsce La Lune

Life is full of symbolic fishing nets that trap us and set our course.

Overview

Genre
Human Interest, Portrait, Culture, and Personal Doc
Synopsis

Love is a net that traps the mind but she’s not the only one. Vittoria learned to make fishing nets as a very young girl and now from the perspective of old age she will tell us that we all swim in a sea full of them, the social “norms”, toxic relationships, our own preconceptions to name just a few. How do they determine our lives and where do we go when we need to gasp for air?

Stage
finished
Running time
8 minutes

Credits

  • Gloria Kurnik ... Co-Director, Cinematographer, Editor
  • Giulia Di Battista ... Co-Director /Producer

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Gloria Kurnik and Giulia Di Battista
Country
Poland
Years of Production
2016
Locations
Italy
Prod. Partners
Giulia Di Battista

Distribution Details

Festivals
Italian Contemporary Film Festival, Canada 2016
Language
Italian
Subtitles
English, French, Spanish, Polish

Photos

Poster - resce la lune-super small_thumb

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