Synopsis: Life goes on and change is inevitable – a fact that Aline must accept upon returning to Brazil, following deportation from the UK. Faced with uncertainty about her future, family tensions amid a worrying drought, and the ailing health of her dog, she must re-anchor herself to home.
About the Filmmaker: Charlie Reader is an award-winning writer-director. His narrative work includes ‘Everything You Didn’t Say’, starring Olga Kurylenko and Christian Cooke, and ‘Lobo’ – a sensitive exploration of life, death and identity. Both films have been selected at international Oscar, Goya, BAFTA and BIFA qualifying film festivals across the world, with ‘Everything You Didn’t Say’ picking up the audience award at the European Independent Film Festival. Charlie’s film work strives to explore human truths and complexities with honesty and compassion; told through his immersive, cinematic lens.
This film is showing in the The Recollection Collection shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 11th November at 15:00.
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