1993, 11:00 minutes
Aleythia is a landscape photographer whose work is her means of escape. On the eve of celebrating an upcoming show she is assaulted. She works through the various stages of healing and turns the camera on herself to open her story to others. Aleythia is an examination of personal space and its invasion. It is a story of devastation and empowerment, and the journey of a survivor.
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