EVENING
1999, narrative, 10 min, super 16mm, color
"Evening" takes place at the perfectly furnished flat of a single self-made woman, who fantasizes living with her boyfriend. These illusions are constantly invaded by everyday routine facing her with the reality of a lonely life.

This is a film project composed of two short films: "Evening" and "Morning" (click on "Morning"). The story of both films is on the borderline of reality and imagination and deals with the problem of solitude in contemporary society. "Morning" presents the male point of view while "Evening" exposes the female experience of the same problem.

  
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