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Daniela Wayllace presents a highly symbolic and mesmerizing picture of women in Bolivia. Watch Memento Mori.

 This 10-minute, 2D film is inspired by human rights and the violence and rape against children. Through dance and music, Memento Mori tells the story of a little girl and her tragedy.

Every part of the film is articulated by a coherent musical composition structure in which the characters evolving in crescendo in space. Image and music work together to create an intensity of sensations and emotions.

 

Daniela Wayllace is a Bolivian animator currently residing in Belgium. Memento Mori is her graduation film during her studies at ENSAV La Cambre, Brussels.

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