An experimental documentary about a family's loss of a child and the struggle between remembranc and fogetting. The film explores the cultural differences between a North American mother and a Mexican father in the face of death.
Born in Mexico and raised between Mexico and the U.S., Natalia Almada received her MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design and works as a freelance filmmaker in New York City. Her documentary All Water Has a Perfect Memory screened at Sundance 2002, won Best Short Documentary at Tribeca 2002 and a gold plaque award at the Chicago International Film Festival. In 2005, she received a NYFA Artist’s Fellowship and two NYSCA film grants.