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Camilla´s dröm / Camilla´s Dream

Camilla’s Dream is a short film based on the feature documentary Remains. It was put together for the exhibition, Dreams without Borders 08, held in Montreal, Canada. Camilla, her brothers Stale and Trym are all pained by the sexual abuse they remember going through during their childhood. Camilla has a reoccurring nightmare where she sees her father dead, his severed head swaying in the hands of her younger brothers. The dream usually results in her screaming out loud and shaking violently, forcing her husband Jakob to awake her. Dreams are a very powerful source to our subconscious and when we are in severe pain, feeling rage and agony, dreams give us a creative as well as destructive space to express those emotions free from judgement and moral assumptions. Maybe dreams allow us to hate and love freely and, as such, are a pure reflection of what hides within the depth of our souls.

Camilla’s Dream is a short film based on the feature documentary Remains. It was put together for the exhibition, Dreams without Borders 08, held in Montreal, Canada. Camilla, her brothers Stale and Trym are all pained by the sexual abuse they remember going through during their childhood. Camilla has a reoccurring nightmare where she sees her father dead, his severed head swaying in the hands of her younger brothers. The dream usually results in her screaming out loud and shaking violently, forcing her husband Jakob to awake her. Dreams are a very powerful source to our subconscious and when we are in severe pain, feeling rage and agony, dreams give us a creative as well as destructive space to express those emotions free from judgement and moral assumptions. Maybe dreams allow us to hate and love freely and, as such, are a pure reflection of what hides within the depth of our souls

Exhibition: Camilla’s Dream was seen by visitors at the Dreams Without Borders exhibition of 2008 where it also received an award of excellence.

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