I See You

Rena is blind. But that is only a small part of who she is. She is primarily an ordinary teenager who whines about her parents and how they think she should live her life. She has a tough attitude, but behind the surface, she conceals a fear of failure to fulfill all the stereotypes people have about her. She wishes not to see but to be seen. She often says that her biggest problem is not her visual handicap, but the society’s attitude towards it. In the film, we get to follow Rena during five eventful years and take part in her experiences of not being taken seriously.


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Press release Tempo Documentary Award

Here you can read the press release for Tempo Documentary Award Opening film and Tempo Documentary Award