Loving Pia

MIÉRCOLES 22 | CINEMEX CASA DE ARTE-REFORMA – SALA 4 | 14:00 HR. | 1 HR. 40 MIN.

DOMINGO 26 | CINEMEX CASA DE ARTE-REFORMA – SALA 4 | 12:00 HR. | 1 HR. 40 MIN.

 

Loving Pia
Amando a Pia
Denmark | 2017 | DCP | Color | 100minDirector: Daniel Borgman
Script: Daniel Borgman
Producers: Katja Adomeit
Cinematography: Daniel Borgman
Sound: Sigrid DPA Jense, Mark Vesterskov, Dan Isager
Music:
Edited: Sofie Marie Kristensen, Daniel Borgman
Cast: Pia Skovgaard, Céline Skovgaard, Jens Jensen, Putte Jensen
Production Companies: Adomeit Films
Daniel Borgman

Daniel studied directing at the Danish alt- ernative film school Super16. His short films have premiered in A-list festivals. With Berik winning the Grand Prix in Cannes in 2010. His debut feature The Weight of Elephants premiered in Berlin in 2013. Loving Pia is his second feature film. It was developed at the Berlinale Residence and made with support from The Danish Film Institute and FilmFyn.

Synopsis

A work of fiction, the film is developed from the life of – and starring – a real woman, Pia, who is intellectually disabled. Pia is 60 years old and she lives in rural Denmark in the care of her mother Guittou, 84. In the story, Guittou is getting old, and Pia worries about what will happen when her mother dies. She is afraid of being left alone. Although Pia has never had a boyfriend, she thinks that she needs to find a man to love in order to survive. Then Pia meets a man called Jens at the harbour. Pia embarks on a quiet and simple relationship with him, not realising that in the meantime it is her mother who is left alone.

Festivals
Berlin Film Festival, New Zealand International Film Festival, Scarborough Worldwide Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival