4242

  • Directed By: Sara Eustáquio
  • Portugal / 11 mins.
  • Screening: Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 4:45pm
  • Screens In Shorts VI: Youth/POWGirls Showcase
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  • Location: Hollywood Theatre
  • Sponsored By: Faerie Godmother Fund, MetroEast, Open Signal & RACC
  • www.imdb.com/name/nm8112454 

Cristi has just moved to an unknown country, far away from family and friends.
At first, she is happy for the challenge. But soon she begins to question her place in this new world that seems to be a lost town, made of absences, distances, silence and indifference.
‘4242’ is the story of a young female immigrant, a story of a teenager’s anguish who is trying to redefine her identity after being forced to leave home.


ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

Sara Eustáquio, born in September 1999, is a Portuguese young filmmaker and multi-award winning by her two short films, ‘4242’ and ‘Mirror’. She is finishing the high school (in arts), in Torres Vedras, a suburban city of Lisbon.