Fragments

Drawn Animation, Stop Motion, Live Action, Color, 18', Portugal
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This is a film about how the war settles in the body of the people who are forced to live it directly in the eye. And then, thousands of miles away and dozens of years ahead, how, like a virus, it can still infect other human beings.

 

It is a film that touches us deeply given the strength of the subject matter and the artistry with which the filmmaker has managed to give form to a very complex story that deals with questions such as transmission, the burden of silence, guilt, war and national pride.”
Clermont Ferrand Jury statement.

 

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