Alt det jeg er

BFM — 39
BFM — 39
All that I am

Available online from 27 to 29 April on MYmovies.it

Directed by Tone Grøttjord-GlenneItalian title: Tutto ciò che sono [t.l.]
Norway / 2020 / 75 min.
Colour / O.V. / Subtitles: sub. it./en.

Emilie was sexually abused by her stepfather until he was convicted and imprisoned. After five years in the foster system, eighteen year old Emilie returns to her family home to rebuild a fractured relationship with her mother and younger half-siblings, to reveal to them the reason their father was imprisoned and why she was away for all these years. Over the next two years a determined Emilie begins to heal the trauma that haunts her, learns to speak her truth aloud, and takes her first steps towards a self-determined future. Emilie was sexually abused by her stepfather until he was convicted and imprisoned. After five years in the foster system, eighteen year old Emilie returns to her family home to rebuild a fractured relationship with her mother and younger half-siblings, to reveal to them the reason their father was imprisoned and why she was away for all these years. Over the next two years a determined Emilie begins to heal the trauma that haunts her, learns to speak her truth aloud, and takes her first steps towards a self-determined future.

Notes

Tone Grøttjord-Glenne – (Norway, 1977) has a master’s degree in direction from the National Film and Television School in England: Brother (2003) and Prirechnyy won numerous awards, both in Norway and internationally. Today, she is also executive director on Gunda, which premiered at the Berlinale earlier this year.

Essential filmography

Alt det jeg er (All That I Am, doc, 2020)

Prirechnyy – byen som ikke lenger eksisterer (Prirechnyy – The Town That No Longer Exists, doc, 2006)

Brothers (short doc, 2003)

BFM 39 list of films

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