Tuesday, 06.12.2022 |
Top Kino Saal 1

Rahlgasse 1 (corner of Theobaldgasse)
1060 Vienna


In this film, director Victoria Morell Salom portrays three women from different generations who live with an eating disorder. Their difficult realities of life let us understand the complexity and tenacity of this illness. The protagonists are accompanied during intimate moments in which they face their trauma and, thereby, gradually manage to regain their joie de vivre. Petrichor is a sensitive approach to a problem that affects more and more people, whose causes we as a society need to explore more intensively


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