Time is like a sheet of paper folding on itself, uniting two extremes on the same surface. The film stems from the encounter between three generations of women, in which two of them, granddaughter and grandmother, are the threads that sew the story of the woman in the middle: the figure of both mother and daughter. A film tribute to the bonds of care that emerge when language no longer exists, yet the physical memory of affection still persists. (C.A.)
Débora Zanatta directed, in partnership with Estevan de la Fuente, the short films "Lovedoll" (2015); "Ocorridos do Dia 13" (2016) and "Primavera de Fernanda" (2018), which received 17 awards and 6 honorable mentions across 71 selections in national and international festivals. "Aonde Vai os Pés" (2020), her first solo direction work, was selected for 50 national festivals, among which the 49th Gramado Film Festival and the 31st International Short Film Festival in Rio de Janeiro.