Director: Raúl de la Fuente
Producers : Amaia Remirez & Alejandro Pacheco

2014 | 66 min
Spain | Haiti
Languages: Creole | French
Subtitles: English, Spanish

In Haiti, the ancestors say if something is foretold, it will happen no matter how, and nobody can change that. Artist Celeur is inspired by his Voodoo culture to create his sculptures, a reflection of the complex reality of the Caribbean country. The thoughts of the sculptor are framing the lives of Oriental, a waif youngster and Marah, who had to live by herself as a street kid in Port-au-Prince. A portrait of Haiti, and a vindication of the African roots of the country.

Best Sound Editing, SIMA 2015
Documentary Award, Bertha Foundation