Eva is released from the psychiatric hospital where she has spent the last six years of her life. As she takes her first tentative steps towards a return to normal life, she begins to wonder what "normal" really means. Outside, she looks back over her past excesses and tries to rebuild trust in herself and others. When she finally gets a place in sheltered accommodation, the pieces start to fall into place: she now has a job to earn her own wage, she has patched things up with her mother and she has ahss even fallen in love. But Eva has one dream above all: to beg her son for forgiveness after fifteen years of silence.
Miguel Eek (Madrid, 1982) grew up between Mallorca, Stockholm and Barcelona, where he did a degree in directing documentary film at ESCAC. He has worked on his projects at training sessions at EURODOC, IDFA Academy and Sunday in the Country (EFA). He worked as an editor and made documentaries and science fiction series for several production companies until 2007, when he set up Mosaic to produce his own and other filmmakers' work. His films have been screened at festivals such as IDFA, Docaviv, Málaga, Doc Edge, Seminci, Fipadoc and Doxa and have picked up a clutch of international awards. In 2019 he set up MajorDocs Festival, where he is currently artistic director. His two latest films, La primera mujer and Próximamente últimos días, on the trials and tribulations of the CineCiutat film cooperative on Mallorca, premiered at this year's Atlàntida Mallorca Film Festival.
- Production company Mosaic Producciones
- Producer Marta Castells
- Screenplay Miguel Eek, Aina Calleja Cortés
- Photography Jordi Carrasco
- Editing Aina Calleja Cortés
- Sound Rubén Pérez, Sergio Testón
- Contact [email protected]
- Atlàntida Mallorca Film Festival
- IDFA - International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam
- Docaviv - The Tel Aviv International Documentary Film Festival
- Doc Edge Festival
- Festival de Málaga