© 2020 J O'HARE.
Set underneath a bridge, on the outskirts of Amsterdam after a hot summer.
A real conversation blossoms between two strangers. The occasion forms organic narration.
They talk life and lessons, whilst we watch on as Yassine tries to find himself.
All amongst all the stillness of the pandemic.
A film by Jak O'Hare.
Cast: Yassine El Ouardi & Mimi Bezooijen
DOP: Jasper De Kloet
Editor: Dave Silver
Colourist: Jason Wallis
Graphics: Ikki Dhesi
Sound Design: Dave Silver & Benjamin Braasem
Music by Dream Death
Music Supervision: Steph Grace-Summers
Amazing. An excellent piece on life itself and all its trials and tribulations, from the perspective of an ordinary person. The street casting makes it shine with reality and gives it a often hard to achieve relatability. The talent displayed from everyone involved here is astounding.
This is an excellent short - great creative execution, philosophical, and engaging. Exciting work.
Such an intriguing and wonderful pace. Love the curious path of storyline discovery, where its subtle and smooth progression simply flows us all the way to the end.
Beyond the short:
Such a lovely piece here! Some beautiful images and we loved the rawness of this. Well done!