GÖTEBORG 2017: Selma Vilhunen talks ‘Little Wing’
You wrote the script for Little Wing. Where did you find the idea?
In many ways, the film is a personal story. Like Varpu, I grew up with my mother and that idea always felt special to me; the relationship between one adult and one child living together in a family of two. I hadn’t seen a film about this very special bond, and I felt like there was an idea there. This bond can be very beautiful and it can also be very exhausting, especially when the generational gap is blurred . . .
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