Experiencing Interruptions?


Being home is feeling good in your body, being able to relax in any kind of situation and follow what you believe you need the most in order to be happy. When you feel home in your body and mind, you are able to forgive people.

  • Elettra Arnell
  • Elettra Arnell
  • Manuel Causero
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  • Francesca Musoni
    Key Cast
  • Elettra Arnell
  • Elettra Arnell
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    2 minutes 50 seconds
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    May 9, 2016
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Director Biography - Elettra Arnell

Elettra Arnell was born in 1992 in Italy, from an Italian mother and a Swedish father. She studied for 5 years at the Art high school Giovanni Sello in Italy until 2011, when she got the diploma in Photography and Film. During the same year she followed Art and Film courses in Stockholm. Since 2012 she has travelled and worked in Scotland, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden and Thailand, creating music videos, short films, video art, animations and documentaries. In each film she directed, filmed and edited. Her themes often refer to death, identity, creativity, and loneliness. In 2015-2016 she studied at the European Film College in Denmark, receiving a Diploma in Advanced Editing with Avid, Editing with Avid, Foundation in Sound for Film - From Design to Delivery, Animation and Lightning for Film. During the course, she collaborated with other students as sound designer and editor, on different projects, such as short films and documentaries. She is currently studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Digital Film and Television).

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Director Statement

I made this film to tell people how I often felt. When you feel uncomfortable in a situation, or with someone, you also feel wrong and strange. I do now believe, that in order to feel good in your own body, it is important to be present, to relax and see the situation from another point of view.
Only when you can feel your body, and your need, you can be able to understand others, to forget, and follow your path with no resentfulness.