La Sposa nel Vento premiered at the Seattle Social Justice Film Festival in front of a stunned and engaged audience, receiving high praise from viewers for its powerful and emotional depiction of the topic of gender violence against women.
Directed by Giovanni Coda, the film combines stunning dance moves with graphic and tragic stories to create a work of art that is both beautiful and impactful.
The film tackles the sensitive topic of domestic violence and its effects on women, their families, and future generations. It highlights the fact that patriarchal systems harm not just women but everyone, and it drives home the point that gender-based violence is an issue that affects us all.
Viewers were moved by the film's innovative approach to storytelling, which blends different art forms such as dance, voiceover, and powerful imagery. They were also touched by Giovanni's bravery in tackling such an important issue, and many felt that his unique perspective made the film even more impactful.
This are the voices of the viewers, collected immediately after the Seattle premier.