Written by: Anthony S. Parker
Director: Elcid Asaei
Lyna Dubarry (As Nadia)
Sandie Von Brockdorff (As Victoria)
Synopsis: Victoria and Nadia are meeting up to break up, inventing all sorts of absurd reasons why they should do so, but upon reaching their meeting point at a park bench where they have shared so many moments together, the memories of their bond place’s a big doubt on their prior intentional
Bought to us by the man responsible for must-watch shorts such as PIRANHA and UNSKIN, the following quote sums up perfectly a film filled with such variation of emotions, yet one yielded by a misguided and wayward feeling of a need to split. One which couldn’t be more misguided if tried when listening to the excuses propping up to condone it, and by excuses, I mean a lack of.
“Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul. There is no such thing as separation.” – Rumi.
The girls definitely played their roles perfectly, both entering seemingly from the same place but at different times and exerted an aura of intent about them.
Victoria’s assessment of it being “A day of Reckoning”, speaks volume while Nadia’s “the moment of no return”, only adds to that as they venture forward, a voiceover of determination to end things building suspense ahead of an inevitable meet that is bound to be clouded in subtle awkwardness.
— To be continued in our January 2021 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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