A CONVERSATION is a film based on a theatre performance of a real case where two families meet in the presence of a facilitator, the parents of a young woman who was raped and murdered and the family of the offender.
The play is an important contribution to the ongoing discourse on restorative justice and it aims at raising awareness on the possibility to use dialogue and focus on the feelings of people in conflict, even in cases of serious crimes.
The full film is available (free of charge) to EFRJ members only. If you prefer not to be affiliated with the EFRJ, we invite you to make a donation to No Theatre. All information is available on the EFRJ website: euforumrj.org/projects/film-a-conversation/
The film is restricted to age 18+.
The EFRJ membership contributed to the making of 14 different subtitles, including Albanian ٠ Croatian ٠ Dutch ٠ English ٠ French ٠ German ٠ Greek ٠ Hebrew ٠ Hungarian ٠ Italian ٠ Nepali ٠ Portuguese ٠ Russian ٠ Spanish
The EFRJ coordinated the making of this film. The theatre play has been written by David Williamson (Australia), adapted to a European context and directed by Peter Harris (UK) and performed by the amateur theatre group No Theatre (Norway). The film was directed and edited by Peter Harris, Oddbjørn Austevik and colleagues in conjunction with Wolf + Water Arts Company. An organisational member of the EFRJ, the Foresee Research Group (Hungary), contributed to the making of the trailer and gave technical assistance for the making of the subtitles by other members.
For this film making, the EFRJ received funding from the Ministry of Justice of Catalonia, the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice of the Basque country and the Justice Programme of the European Commission.