C’eravamo tanto amati is a slow, indecisive and confused story, which questions the energy that springs from lived, chosen or abandoned places, and the human relationships that defined them.

Why are we leaving? Why do we let go? Too often our past binds our present. Going home has always caused me strange, conflicting sensations. Happiness and melancholy mix. I shut down. Why are we leaving? I think about my parents. Why do we let go? I look at my memories, their faces. Their swing determines my willingness to know myself.

I tried to look through their eyes, two people linked only by my existence.