Part intimate narrative and part scathing social critique of those no longer capable of kindness, Pin Cushion explores adolescence, the psychological toll that bullying takes at any age, and the fierce cruelty of small communities.
Pin Cushion, directed by Deborah Haywood. United Kingdom, 2017. 85’. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles
After the screening, we will connect with the Rotterdam Festival to live stream the Q&A with the film crew, in which viewers will be able to participate via Twitter and WhatsApp.
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