All That I Am
After five years in the foster system, eighteen-year-old Emilie returns to her family home to rebuild a fractured relationship with her mother and younger half-siblings. She wants to heal the trauma that haunts her and move towards a self-determined future. To do that, she must gather the courage to tell her half-siblings why their father was imprisoned. Told with emotional insight and dedication to Emilie’s experience, this is the story of an extraordinarily courageous young woman finding the voice that was long denied her.
Tone Grøttjord-Glenne has worked on more than 20 documentary films as a director and a producer. She established Sant & Usant Documentary Film in 2005, and led it to become one of the strongest production houses in Norway, one with a clear international vision for its films.