Thursday, February 28, 2019 5:00 PM
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
Program on Latin America and the Caribbean
The Memory of Water - Film Screening
A moment of inattention is all it took to change the lives
of Javier and Amanda forever: lives that are now divided between
"before" and "after", between how everything was and should
have been. All because of an accident that neither of them could have
prevented. It will take a long time to reach closure on the death of their
four-year-old son. Amanda can't bear the daily ache of seeing her home - and
Javier. Everything reminds her of her child, and so she decides to leave her
husband and plunge into her work as an interpreter, while Javier, who continues
to work as an architect, can't accept the separation and seems unable to face
the loss of his son.
Chilean Drama Film written and directed by Matias Bize. It was screened in the Venice Days section at the 72nd
Venice International Film Festival. It won the Colón de Oro for best
director at the 2015 Festival de Cine Iberoamericano de Huelva (Spain).
This film screening and discussion is part of PLACA Cinelatte Series.
Sponsoring Departments: Program on Latin America and the Caribbean (PLACA); Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
For more information, contact Havva Karakas-Keles, firstname.lastname@example.org