It’s 2050. Zhora lives in the post-war Italy. On her birthday she receives an important message from her late father, a WW3 casualty, kept by her mother for a long time.
For quite a long time we wanted to make a story about immigration, seeing with some concern the growing hate and confusion around it, and trying to shed some light on the subject the way we see it. In 2007 we started working on a documentary about it but the project had to wait. This year we considered that the situation is aggravating, and we couldn’t wait any longer, so we decided to create this simple short film.
Winner of #Italy2050 contest at the Milan African, Asian and Latin American Film Festival.
Dedicated to all the victims of wars and violence. To all those migrants driven by life, from yesterday, today and tomorrow.