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Our Lady of Lourdes (2013)

Lourdes, a university student, is grateful to Bernard, the town drunk, when he comes to her aid in an uncomfortable situation. But when she offers to buy him a hot meal, she ends up getting involved in far more than she bargained for.

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Peter Szewczyk

Writer:

Peter Szewczyk
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Cast

Cast overview:
Naomi Scott ... Lourdes
Lech Dyblik ... Bernard
Nick Moran ... Detective Samael
Krystian Mucha Krystian Mucha ... Junkie #1
Mateusz Mirek ... Paramedic #1
Marcin Protasiewicz Marcin Protasiewicz ... Paramedic #2
Zuita Zajacowna Zuita Zajacowna ... Old Woman
Armin Armin ... Dog
Olga Wozniak Olga Wozniak ... Mother
Ola Wozniak Ola Wozniak ... Daughter
Milla Karkkainen Milla Karkkainen ... Young Wife
Luke Black Luke Black ... Young Bernard
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Lourdes, a university student, is grateful to Bernard, the town drunk, when he comes to her aid in an uncomfortable situation. But when she offers to buy him a hot meal, she ends up getting involved in far more than she bargained for.

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Short | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK | Poland

Language:

English | Polish

Release Date:

7 December 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Poland

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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I don't think so.
21 January 2014 | by riverwildeukSee all my reviews

What is nice about this short is the visual appearance of the actors playing Lourdes and Bernard. It is only when the characters start speaking does one switch off due to the poor dialog and not to mention done to death plot/sub-plot and characters. In particular, the character portrayed Nick Moran - a good actor wasted on a bad role. It's only in the third act that you realize this poor short is a build up to the director's exhibition of visual effects and there is one particularly good visual effect that soon loses it's efficacy or wow factor given the rest of the film. i suppose short filmmakers have on the whole decided to create shorts that have a possible 'wow! that was cool.' moment hence the lack of focus on emotionally engaging the audience.


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