Genoveva orchestrates a story that unites family memories and discrimination against indigenous people. A photograph of a Mapuche great-grandmother that nobody knows is the starting point of this documentary essay. Through the analysis of that image, conversations with family members, a trip to the cities of southern Chile, and an actress who sets the scene, we see the prejudice against indigenous peoples. It is a story about how the image creates reality and the importance of recognizing our mestizo identity.
SANFIC 2014, Special Mention, National Competition Chilean Cinema
PINTACANES 2015, Best Film
Arica Nativa 2015, Honorable Mention