Mother-Child

Niña mamá

  • Andrea Testa
  • Argentina
  • 2019
  • 66 min
  • World Premiere
  • IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary
Child Mother takes place in the privacy of public hospital wards. Based on the voice of young women going through maternity in their adolescence, and suffering from violence and extreme vulnerability, the film delves into the vicissitudes of making a decision: whether or not to continue with a pregnancy. "Mother Child" is the encounter with their life stories, the tensions of these forced maternities and the latent fear caused by unsafe and clandestine abortions.

Credits

Director
Andrea Testa
Production
Francisco Márquez, Luciana Piantanida for Pensar con las Manos, Andrea Testa for Pensar con las Manos
Co-production
Gustavo Schiaffino for Insomnia

Contact

World Sales
Francisco Márquez for Pensar con las Manos
Festival Handling
Francisco Márquez for Pensar con las Manos

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Spoken languages
Spanish

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IDFA history

2019
World Premiere
IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary

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