In the form of a filmed epistolary conversation, two young, experienced filmmakers discuss film, present and past family, heritage and maternity. The personal and profound reflections are suddenly echoed by the political emergency of a country.
Dominga Sotomayor Castillo is a Chilean screenwriter and director. Her latest feature film was Too Late to Die Young (2018), a film she wrote, produced and directed.
Carla Simón is a Spanish screenwriter and director. In 2017, her debut film Estiu 1993, premiered at Berlinale, where it won Best First Film Award and the Generation Kplus Grand Prix Jury Award. She is currently developing her second feature.