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.