Three days in Barbara’s life, three days in which her most intimate thoughts are narrated within her daily life. Each day is anticipated by a dream/unreal scene and begins with the awakening of the protagonist. We see Barbara performing the simplest daily actions: eating, washing, walking, working; sees her immersed in her habitual environments: home, work, car, road. Yet every gesture, every place acquires a particular passage combined with words that Barbara (does not) dare pronounce.
Born in Milan, Italy, in 1987. After graduating in Cultural Heritage Sciences, Teresa Sala graduated in Filmmaking at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia of Milan in 2012. In 2014 she directed her first documentary film Avanti Artigiani, about the world of craftsmanship. In 2015 he directed La Memoria Del Domani, a documentary on the UNESCO heritage of Lombardy. At the same time, she carries out multimedia research projects with the Marsala collective. Her works have been selected by various international festivals. She works in Milan as a freelance director and filmmaker.