Sunday 5 November 2017 - 14:41

Every soul of my body

63, Italy, 2017
Every soul of my body
Director: Erika Rossi
Screenplay: Erika Rossi
Cinematographer:  Michele Codarin
Editor: Giuseppe Leonetti
Producer:  Marta Zaccaron
After her mother’s death, a woman finds her diary, which was written during WWII. She had always thought that her father was the resistance hero, but she discovers who her mother really was – a girl who became a partisan – , her intimate thoughts about the meaning of pain and war, and her willingness to take action and fight. The daughter carries the words of the diary as a gift in her everyday life: she is a psychotherapist who cares for foster children. Isn’t the woman in the diary the same one that passed down to her the values she believes in? The celebration of life during the grieving process is an intimate experience that enables us to cope with the passing of our loved ones and to give meaning to the legacy they left us, because what shapes our lives is also what we miss the most.
The journey of Marco Cavallo, 2014
Trieste On Basaglia, 2012
Navighiamo a vista, 2007
Sardon gate, 2006, 33’
Questioni di pelle, 2005
Porrajmos, 2004
Festivals and Awards:
Visions du Réel,2017
Story Code: 2680
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