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Look What You Made Me Do, by Coco Shrijber

As part of its events throughout Geneva, the FIFDH proposes a free screening and a meeting at the Salle des Fêtes in Carouge. This is an opportunity to discover one of the films in its competition, "Look What You Made Me Do", a poignant film that gives voice to three victims of violence who have achieved the unthinkable: the murder of their spouse.

18:30 - Welcome
19:00 - Screening

Free admission, no reservation required, subject to availability of seats

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Saturday 1 April


Salle des Fêtes de Carouge

free entrance

In partnership with the city of Carouge

This debat is preceded by the movie:

Competition - Creative documentaries

Look What You Made Me Do

By Coco Schrijber

In her latest documentary, Dutch director Coco Schrijber allows Laura, Rachel and Rosalba, victims of violence, to speak out about the unthinkable: the homicide of their partner. Through this three-part series of poignant testimonies, a global reality is exposed: "Every year, throughout the world, more than 30,000 women are killed by their partners". Drawing a symbolic parallel with the work of Artemisia Gentileschi in which she slits her rapist's throat, "Look What You Made Me Do", raises questions. Is there an alternative to murder?
WARNING: This film contains scenes that may shock (explicit violence, death), especially with the case of Tatiane Spitzner, a 29-year-old Brazilian woman who died on 22 July 2018 after being violently beaten by her husband.

  • Section Competition - Creative documentaries
  • Original language(s) English, Italian, Finnish & Dutch
  • Subtitle(s) English & French

Enjeux sociauxEuropeFemmes*

Coco Schrijber

World sales

  • Cat & Docs


  • Witfilm


  • Ton Peter Nsc


  • Marc Lizier


  • Tim Van Peppen


  • Gys Zevenbergen Nce
Production country
International Premiere