Svezia, Danimarca, Norvegia
Through a long flashback, Sámi Blood tells the story of the emancipation of Christina, who returns, for her sister's funeral, to her hometown in the far north of Sweden. She lets herself go to the memories of a childhood lived under the sign of violence and racial discrimination, in the Sámi community in which she was born. When Christina, in the thirties, still bringed her real name Elle Marja, together with her sister Njenna, was subjected to all sorts of mortifications, like the humiliating medical examinations they were forced to school, in order to certify the breed and study the features of the Sámi. Convinced to leave behind all the hatred and racism expressed in mistreatment and continuous insults, the girl decides to move away from its origins to seek a new identity and a new life, escaping to the city, where to try to emancipate from a culture extremely suffocating.