A fire rages in the woods near a village. This fire triggers a memory in a lonely, middle-aged woman. And this memory pushes her to utter aloud the words she's always wanted to say.
Produced in Cuba with the support of Black Factory Cinema and Escuela Internacionales de Cine y Tv in San Antonio de los Banos (EICTV), and made under the guidance of master filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami. The result of Mosley's selection as a participant in the 2016 Workshop for Auteurs, the film examines grief, transference, and the consequences of role-playing.
Starring Carmen Rodriguez, Nilda Diaz, and Christian Jaime. Produced by Cameron Bruce Nelson and Juliana Revelo.
-WINNER: Summer 2016 HAMMER TO NAIL Short Film Contest
-2017 Champs-Elysees Film Festival, U.S. Short Film Competition (World Premiere)
-2017 Marfa Film Festival (U.S. Premiere)
-2017 Adirondack Film Festival, NY
-2017 DePaul University Showcase Screening (Champs-Elysees tour), Chicago, IL
"A quiet gem. Questions evolve slowly and masterfully over a tightly compacted, yet somehow meandering 12 minutes. Truly outstanding." -Don R. Lewis, HAMMER TO NAIL
"A simple, yet affecting short. Akin to a coming-of-age story...and yet settling into a more profound facet of deep, fundamental change." - Kevin Rakestraw, FILM PULSE