Since Oliver was killed, he communicates with his mother María through the rain. He let her know the attorney’s office buried him, along with 117 other corpses, in a hidden mass grave. This sparks a new life mission for María: to hold the government accountable for exhuming them all and returning the bodies back to the families who have been looking for them for years.
It Rains participated in the 2017 Diversity Fellows Initiative.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
It Rains is directed by Carolina Corral.
Carolina is a Mexican visual anthropologist who graduated from the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology at Manchester University. After a long academic path, she became an independent filmmaker focusing on women issues. Her recent short films, Semillas de Guamúchil and La Batalla de las Cacerolas, have earned several awards. In 2016 she finished Love, Our Prison, an animated short-documentary on romantic love in prison, which is part of the official selection at Festival d’animation d’Annecy 2017.