A film of stone and light – just stone and light. ‘Elegy is a form of poetry natural to the reflective mind. Sorrow and love became the principal themes of the elegy. Elegy presents everything as lost and gone or absent and future.’ (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
The Japanese believe that by releasing a paper doll at the sea they are letting go of an evil spirit. “Letting Go” is an animated documentary about a young girl who wants to let go of the shadows that haunt her past.
Using a subjective camera, this atmospheric movie portrays a journey of the main character and his guide, the red fox, trough surreal rooms symbolizing his life.
In an antique shop, a young man finds an intriguing drawing with a secret love letter hidden on the back, written 70 years ago. After finding out that the author of the drawing is still alive, 105 years old, and eager to find out if the story is real, the man embarks on an unusual journey to meet her, the painter who befriended many important Romanian artists at the beginning of the 20th century.
“… it might not have been a question of right and wrong. Which is to say that wrong choices can produce right results, and vice versa.” – Haruki Murakami
A film about loneliness, not in the literal sense of being alone, but loneliness despite appearances of proximity. We watch a game in which we cross the boundaries and transcend our sensuality beyond the accepted norm. A kind of performance in which the characters are playing together, enjoying the pleasure, and at the same time struggling with their inability to create a deeper bond.
Growing up from perfect patterns. Tenderness, poorness and kitsch. Life in 12 frames per second.