by Isabella Carbonell
Homeless and invisible – the Twins are constantly struggling to survive. Sister is a ticking time bomb; her screams are loud. Brother, on the other hand, doesn’t speak, but rather screams inwards. Their dream of a real home leads to an unexpected job opportunity that sounds simple enough: transport goods from point A to point B. But when the goods appear in the form of two young girls, the unspeakable happens: a rift suddenly occurs between Brother and Sister. Over the course of two intense days the twins are forced to make a life-altering decision: how far are they willing to go in their quest for a better future?
Silvana Imam, Philip Oros, Mia Liu, Emma Lu
Farima Karimi, Erik Andersson, David Herdies (Momento Film)
Jakob Abrahamsson (NonStop Entertainment)
Isabella Carbonell (1987), is a director and screenwriter from Stockholm, Sweden. She was selected at the Cannes Critics’ week in 2015 with her short film Boys, earning great reviews. Boys continued to compete at festivals such as SXSW, Giffoni, and AFI FEST where it won the Grand Jury Award. Other short films she has written and directed are Maniacs (2016 – Göteborg Film Festival, Lisbon Film Festival, among others), Yustina’s Revenge (2018 – GIFF, Uppsala, Oaxaca, among others) and Brother (2019 – Oberhausen, Frameline 43). Dogborn is Isabella’s debut feature film.