My good-bye letter to her is accompanied by black-and-white photographs to evoke memories from our past. She lives in an old people's home, I come to visit her.
We All Have Illusions
Ambato, a small city in the Ecuadorian sierra. 17-year-old former street kid Vicente tries to change his poor life. He is helped by Catholic nun Madre Narciza who is the head of a social project there. 19-year-old Miguel and his friends, a group of shoeshiners, try to escape their economic problems by playing folcloristic music. Narciza dedicates her life to offer these young people a - maybe - better future. The film wants to come close to these young people without looking at them from a first-world-point-of-view but showing them as human beings struggling for their dreams.
What Remained Unspoken
In this film the director makes the effort to combine psychotherapy and filmmaking. He accompanies 25-year-old Mexican actress Ana Serrano through a process of finding herself. In a poetic way the film deals with the painful process of losing a beloved person and the search for a way to cope with the loss.