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Fragments of a distance is a reconstruction of the life of my father who had changed three times his residency country.

The story weaves from the re-interpretation of photographs (compiled from different family archives) of distant events of his life.

The video seeks to destabilize the story he had worked out after telling it hundreds of times.

The photographs triggered data that had been lost or circumvented in the building of his memory that, in each new narrative attempt, synthetizes, corrects, and hides.

Photographs are slices of experience: horizons, so to speak, that allow us to create new fictions of the past.

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