Craving that girl she was never able to replace and seeking inspiration in her presence, or absence, or rather fantasy, a troubled writer embarks on a stormy journey of love, passion and potentially perdition.
Lila, a prison psychiatrist, loses custody over her 2 daughters in connection with a divorce. The ex and his girlfriend are murdered. Is one of Lila's ex-patients behind it? Is she? What does Lila's police detective S.O. think?
Sean Patrick Flanery
On the tenth year anniversary of their mother's death, two estranged sisters head to a mountain to scatter her ashes, but as they struggle to reconcile, their past begins merging into their... See full summary »
A very suffered, self-reflective art-house project, which came to life as the author's attempt to cope with her life circumstances at the time. Follows the troubled journey of Anna, a tormented, rebellious aspiring writer and a bit of a fish out of water in contemporary London. Unable to get over the only girl she ever loved (Robyn), and alienated by a society she doesn't seem to fit in, Anna starts making attempts to get back together with her ex, as well as trying to get creative inspiration from her longing for the lost love. Over a span of months, and cross-cutting between different time periods, the two girls share passionate, dreamlike adventures in London, Scotland, Paris and South Italy. As the film progresses, the conflict within the relationship, as well as the deeply rooted inner conflict Anna is experiencing, will become increasingly more apparent and we will be able to reconstruct the past events that eventually led Anna to the place she is finding herself in right now, ...
All the scenes were loosely improvised around a 12 pages skeleton that kept being revised over the shooting period. The overall amount of improvised footage was around 40 hours, with almost every scene shot in one take, with the camera constantly following the action. See more »
Have you ever ridden a motorbike at one hundred miles per hour? And found yourself thinking: "What if the end was here?" And then wondered whether you would have been lucky enough to think the same again and tell someone about it... And then thought: "Maybe at the end of the day it wouldn't make any difference. Maybe, at the end of the day the thought of that is not that scary." And then looked at yourself from the outside and thought: "This cannot be my life!". You try and make sense out of ...
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Written by Preben Bjønnes, Ted Skogmann
Performed by Statement
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