How does one survive sexual abuse? And how does one survive the abuses that result from it? Eight years after being raped during a vacation trip, the chilean Carolina Moscoso, a film student at the time, turns her debut feature into an essay where she stems from the present to envision new outlooks to the images and materials from her personal archive. Confronted with records that circumvent the traumatic experience, she recovers the possibility of narrating the event in a painful, yet powerful wager on cinema as a tool for intimate and social creation. (C. M)
Carolina Moscoso Briceño
Director and editor, Film and TV degree from the University of Chile and Master on Creation Documentary, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. She has worked as an editor in several film, video clip, animation, visual and theater projects. Night Shot is her first feature film. She is currently developing her next film Nunca Ser Polícia.
Festival de Cine de Ñuble