WHOSE IS THE LAND? short film, audience reactions
FESTIVAL AUDIENCE FEEDBACK VIDEOS • Documentary, Educational, Short Films
WHOSE IS THE LAND?, 14min., Italy, Documentary
Directed by Daniela Giordano
In the Upper World water flows unused from house taps. In the Under World sources are dry and arid. Green culture upstairs and survival culture downstairs. The two worlds and the families which live in those worlds seem to be separated and uncapable of communicating, but they are not. Pipes connect everything and somebody look at different behaviours and ways of life. It's the Earth, who sees injustices caused by squandering and oversized consumption. Everything is connected. The Earth decides to speak. Only the children can hear her and will be in the forefront of change.
I love humankind. I love life in all its forms and expressions. I repay my debt of gratitude by imagining and telling stories and I try to do it in the best possible way.
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