Through succeeding childhood photos, a girl begins to remember her personality, which in contrast to her sister’s, already strayed from assigned gender roles. The narration is addressed to her mother, as if attempting to establish a communication between different universes. The camera follows as the girl, now a teenager, enjoys herself accompanied by her friend and other night characters in the village, breaking gender and sexuality conventions, where the freedom of the body, and consequently of the soul, entails lightness. (M. M)
Débora Zanatta is a Master's student in Cinema and Video Arts and holds a BA in Cinema and Audiovisual from the State University of Paraná. In partnership with Estevan de la Fuente, she directed the short films Lovedoll (2015); Ocorridos do Dia 13 (2016) and Primavera de Fernanda, which earned 13 awards 5 honorable mentions in 53 selections in national and international festivals. Aonde Vão os Pés (2020) is her first solo direction effort. In partnership with Camila Macedo, she is the curator and organizer of the film club Cineclube Solax.