When the star quarterback of the college football team can’t remember what happened the night before, he goes on an unexpected journey of introversion and rage.

A LUCKY MAN draws attention to a problem often disregarded or underestimated, hidden and ignored: sexual violence perpetrated by women on men. With an amazing directing and a great actorial performance, this short film tells something that happens more frequently than we know or we would accept. It is a difficult story of rage and pain, of trauma and introspection. A LUCKY MAN is a Sloan Foundation winner and we believe it should be screened even more than how it has been so far. Everything is just on-point: shots, scenes, music, dialogues, emotions, performances. A great work to tell something of great importance.

Director: Anna Gutto
Country: USA
Year: 2017
Running time: 13