Where do we meet

A short film about radicalization in Brazil, visualized through the relationship between a conservative, religious right-wing father and his daughter, the filmmaker.  

How are conspiracy theories and religious discourse intertwining in order to shape the public debate in a continental country of the Global South?  

All the different phases of the process of radicalization emerge with the interaction between character and filmmaker, father and daughter. Using a first-person narrative, the film questions how both characters can embrace complexity in order to understand the danger of simple narratives in a post-truth era.

{Film stills by Sara De Santis}

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