Two boys, 11 or 12, perhaps brothers, take a rowboat from shore to fish. Andrea, who's tougher, complains a lot, sometimes criticizing Felice, sometimes just complaining about life and his situation. Out of sight of shore, Andrea sees a suitcase; he jumps into the water, swims to it, and starts to push it back to the boat. While he's doing that, Felice sees a man floating, face up. While he tries to grab the man and hold on, he knocks an oar into the sea. The boys are unable to lift the man into the boat, and without two oars, can't head to shore. Will rescue come? Andrea tries to reassure Felice while also figuring out who the man is and what he's doing in the sea. Written by
Lovely film with beautiful scenes and sequences. A very lovely short film.
The film follows two beautiful bright young boys who goes on a adventure at sea. They are both adorable brothers. They soon discover something surrounding their childhood lives. A'Mare was written and directed by Martina Amati. Also written by Dario Cané. A'Mare was a beautiful film because it tells a good story of two bright young brothers who goes on a childhood adventure at sea and soon discovers something and they try to figure out what it is. Andrea Puglisi and Felice Puglisi are two great boy actors did great in this film. I recommend this film to everyone
Andrea and Felice should be in more films and short films. They both are bright and brought on good acting and confidence throughout this film. I also would like to say Abdul Majid did great too as well. A'Mare is 100% a good short film. A must see!
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