The world’s first live action 360 documentary on sex trafficking is set in the lush rural landscapes of Southern India. A story of love, grief and reconciliation, between a father and a daughter who spent her adolescence in an Indian brothel, is told through a mix of verbatim theatre and documentary storytelling techniques and inspired by conversations with real survivors. It is ultimately a story of survival and an ode to resilience and hope.
No scheduled screenings.
- Direction: Jayisha Patel
- Script: Jayisha Patel
- Cinematography: Dalton Gaudin
- Editing: Quan Tran
- Sound: Adam Woodhams
- Music: Jo Paterson
- Actors: Ramadevi Kotlamari, Kullayappa Kotlamari
- Producer/Producers: Amy Seidenwurm, Paula Cuneo, Joanne Sprague, Tiffany Kieran
- Production Execution: Lauren Burmaster, Gabo Arora
- Narration: Sneha Jawale
- Format: VR
- Color: Color
- Production Country: UK, USA, India
- Production Year: 2017
- Duration: 11'
- World Sales: Wide Manadement
General Admission per screeining is five euros (€5). Screenings take place on an everyday basis from 16:00 to 19:00 during the Festival (March 2–11). You can get your tickets for the VR screenings only at InVR (6, Aristotelous St., +30 2310 228228) shortly before each screening. It is not possible to reserve your seat or to buy your ticket in advance. The screenings are in English or with English subtitles. Special prices, accreditation cards, invitations and vouchers are not valid.