With the selling of a summer cottage as a starting point, this film opens a view of the past and the future, the story of a family and its generations, independence and loneliness of man.
All that remains to be seen is a love story about a mother’s efforts to prepare her still-seeing child for a life of blindness. She has herself experienced losing her eyesight, and she is determined to teach Silas how to handle a life of blindness better that she has managed. But how do you teach your child to be confident in a world with no eyesight when you have yet to come to terms with your own visual impairment?
This film is a road movie about a retired couple travelling for the last time to difficult conditions in the Siberian tundra which they love. The couple overcomes many challenges in order to once more experience stagnant time and the natural ways of life with their friends, the reindeer nomads.
A Home in Memory explores the relationship between identity and environment. What does it feel like to give up the family home and with that, traces of many generations? The film documents this process and provokes thoughts about what we give up besides the physical objects.
An intimate, observational documentary about sister-hood. About being a twin sister – how you’ve lived through the trauma of terrible abuse together with your other half and how she one day might not be there to take for granted anymore.