- a Film
- by Alicia Miquel
- Description (english) Little is known about the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Its root is unknown. It is not known how to prevent it. The solution is simple and universal: synthetic hormones. Birth control pills. And a widespread alarmist discourse. But what happens when someone doesn’t want to opt for that route? “bloody hell” explores preconceived notions about the bodies associated with the female sex. It is a portrait of a truncated cycle, a condition ignored by a big part of society and Western traditional medicine. It is the waiting for someone who doesn’t arrive. It is distance and violence. Solitude. Alienation. A rethinking of what is considered as “normal”.