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Scratch

Coco, an inspiring actress, and Marco, a real estate broker are an ambitious couple living in New York City. Coco feels guilty about a secret she has been harboring; one morning she decides to confess.

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Scratch is an intimate Film told in a naturalist style that captures the difficulties of being honest and exposing ones secrets and lies in a relationship, even at the risk of losing everything.

The film explores the naked complexity, the dynamics between two people facing the reality of being honest in a relationship.

I've always been fascinated by how a relationship established over time, within a few minutes could sink into an abyss of hell where the personal frustration and dissatisfaction purely egocentric explode, destabilizing a world based solely on an ideological compromise of fake truth. Sometimes all it takes is a scratch - a little scratch - to exposes the hidden truths and idea of what we thought was a perfect relationship. Scratch is based on a personal experience, which made me realized how difficult it is to be completely honest with myself and my partner in a relationship, and what’s more, having the courage to accept the consequences (negative or positive) of revealing the naked truth.

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Copyright © 2012 Lydia Darly

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Previous screenings

2012
Sedicicorto: International Film Festival Forlì
1 Oct – 7 Oct | Forlì, Italy
18 Oct – 20 Oct | Bellocchi de Fano, Italy
2013
26 Jan – 8 Feb | New Delhi, India

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