The old man outlived everyone. His friends, wife, children. But he wasn't lonely. An old fridge buzzed hoarsely in the corridor, and - substituted for friends and family. The old man didn't... See full summary »
When a man i robbed and stabbed by a junkie, he sees the youth friendship with the perpetrator flashing before his eyes. We see how two bosom friends grew apart to end up in their respective positions.
This beautiful film tells the story of a lifetime in the span of 11 minutes. The simple, yet elegantly crafted tale begins with an elderly woman in a full care facility who wants to send a text message to her daughter.
A young woman brings her tea, but before the elderly woman will drink it, before she will do anything else, she must send this text to her daughter.
The young woman tries to help, but of course there is difficulty mastering the technology. Just when her patience has run out, so has yours. At different moments you will empathize with each of the women.
This film was a favorite at the 2013 Naples Film Festival.
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