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
Saturday 1 April
Salle des Fêtes de Carouge
In partnership with the city of Carouge
This debat is preceded by the movie:
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
- Coco Schrijber
- Cat & Docs
- Ton Peter Nsc
- Marc Lizier
- Tim Van Peppen
- Gys Zevenbergen Nce
- Production country
- International Premiere