A truffle hunter who lives alone in the Oregon wilderness has to go back to his past in Portland to find the pig he loved after his abduction.
For Prisma, a Belgian filmmaker, An van. Dienderen invited Brussels-based Rosine Mbakam from Cameroon and Paris’s Elonore Yameogo from Burkina Faso to collaborate on the film, where their skin color differences serve as a way to explore their experiences of biased medium-sized constraints. Photographic media are technically and ideologically biased and favor Caucasian skin. Such white sensitivity means that photographic equipment detects, is privileged, and constructs whiteness.