Here Cometh the Moon

Running time: 8'7"

Production: PL/IT 2016

Love is a net that traps the mind but she’s not the only one. Vittoria, the protagonist, learned to make fishing nets as a very young girl and now – from the perspective of old age – she is trying to tell us that we all swim in a sea that is full of them. These nets are the social norms, the toxic relationships, and our own preconceptions, among other things. How do they determine our lives? Where do we go when we need to gasp for air? Gloria Kurnik and Giulia Di Battista have made a highly original and philosophically rich documentary film.