PODCAST| Matt Micucci interviews Eva Trobisch, director of the film All Good.
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Director Eva Trobisch presented her film, All Good, in competition at the 3rd International Film Festival in Macao. All Good deals with sexual abuse, and this has been one of the talking points of the film, but in this interview, Trobisch surprisingly tells us that sexual abuse only entered the story in the second or third draft of her script. Here, she also talks about society’s way of talking about rape and the fact that the protagonist of All Good refuses to be a victim. We end the interview by asking her what it is that drives her to make movies.
All Good: “If you don’t see any problems, you don’t have any” is Janne’s attitude regarding the fact that her new boss’s brother-in-law has forced himself on her one night after a party. She keeps the incident under wraps and lets everything take its normal course. Her silence has consequences, though, and not just for her relationship with her boyfriend.