Between the age of six and twelve, Emilie was sexually abused by her stepfather. ALL THAT I AM documents her life as a young adult attempting to return to a society which is better equipped to reintegrate abusers than to take care of their victims. Using the story of this very brave woman as a springboard, the film takes aim at dismantling the social taboos that surround sexual abuse, and lay the groundwork for a more constructive and inclusive dialogue – on the survivors’ terms.
Festival Guest (Q&A): Tone Grøttjord-Glenne (director), Anita Rehoff Larsen (producer)
Tone Grøttjord-Glenne (Norway) Filmography: PRIRECHNYY – THE TOWN THAT NO LONGER EXISTS (2006)