|Directed by:||Carlo Guillermo Proto|
|Produced by:||Roxanne Sayegh, Pablo Villegas, Maria Paz Gonzalez, Carlo Guillermo Proto|
|Associate Producers:||Jessica Dymond, Stephanie Leest|
|Cinematography:||Carlo Guillermo Proto|
|Edited by:||Lorenzo Mora Salazar, Carlo Guillermo Proto|
|Sound Design:||Cory Rizos CSA, Carlo Guillermo Proto|
|Language:||French, English, Russian|
Denis, Peggy and their daughter Lauviah, all blind from birth, haunted by the tragic death of Hassan, the family’s second seeing child, painfully seek redemption. As they busk in the streets of Montreal, convinced that their son will soon be back by their sides, these three tenacious beings seek to transcend their suffering in order to attain peace.
Raised in Quillota, Chile and Mississauga, Ontario, Carlo Guillermo Proto is a Quebec/Chilean filmmaker whose work focuses on the unique interplay between identity and human experience in relationship to issues of geography, ethnicity and perceived disabilities. Carlo's first feature length documentary, El Huaso, screened in over 30 international film festivals and was broadcast on CBC's Documentary Channel and Tele-Francophone Ontario (TFO). Carlo developing his third feature length documentary and writing the screenplay for his first fiction feature length film.