Boso mu ruovttoluotta (Breath me back to life)

Boso mu ruovttoluotta is the film director Sunna Nousuniemi’s personal story about the aftermath after having experienced sexual violence in their home community. A diary-like short documentary shares glimpses of Sunna’s life that has been disrupted by the trauma and a legal process linked to it. The past can’t be altered, however, Sunna’s family, ancestral lands and gift from a friend, help them to keep pushing forward to a new chapter in life.


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