Easter Island (Rapa Nui) has long been a grand mystery of archeology—how did such a large civilization fall, and does it foreshadow our own ruin? For the indigenous people who currently live there, the island’s past carries a very different legacy: one of colonial abuse and inescapable remoteness. Panizza’s film shows the legacy of this exploitation, as well as the daily rhythms of the small prison on the island, in a film constructed from pieces of 32 documentaries (many of which include similar voiceovers and framing, despite being shot by crews from different countries) and original footage from the present-day. Winner of Best Chilean Film at the Valdivia Film Festival. U.S. Premiere