CLIN D’OEIL FILMS AND ONEWORLD DOCUMAKERS PRESENTS a film by Manu Gerosa
Between Sisters is a magnificent portrait on time that escapes, on family, and on forgiveness. The intimacy to which Manu Gerosa invites us confronts us with our own secrets and with our fears. There are many ways to watch this film, but it is primarily a film about the universality of feelings, about unconditional love.
A beautifully intimate portrait of a relationship, and a touching meditation on the passage of time.
The best film price in feature length documentary goes to a very intimate and humble film that trough a personal story manages to wave a metaphoric tale of love, devotion, deep emotional bonds, pain and obscure family secrets. It’s a journey for search of the roots and surprising revelation.
The filmmaker has exploited the medium and language of film in a powerful manner, with shots that dig deep into the soul and expose it to the spectator, who cannot remain indifferent. The film unfolds following the pace of the feelings and emotions, not disdaining a note of humour and a touch of suspense. It starts from an intimate story, courageously revealed and brought into the limelight, touching on universal feelings.