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Cinema première of the documentary film "All that I am", 6 March 2020

Photo: Andrea Gjestvang
The documentary film "All that I am" tells what it is like for a young adult to live with the trauma of sexual assault during childhood. The film will have its première at Vika Cinema at 6 p.m. on 6 March 2020. Prior to the screening, Solveig Ude, public health nurse with many years' experience from the Alna district in Oslo, and Citizen of the Year in Oslo in 2016.

"All that I am" shows, for the first time, the consequences of childhood sexual assaults seen exclusively through eyes of a young person. Emilie is 18 years old and marked by a childhood fraught with abuse, fear and silence. She wants to confront her painful childhood and deal with it, but she is met by a wall of silence. Is it possible to move through life without being seen or heard? This is the story of a brave young woman and her journey of reconciliation. 

The film has been directed by Tone Grøttjord-Glenne and produced by Anita Rehoff Larsen of the production company Sant & Usant.

The Fritt Ord Foundation has provided a total of NOK 600 000 in support for this documentary film.