An Evening 2016
En Aften (original title)
10min | Short, Drama | 10 August 2016 (USA)
Friends Frederik and Mathias share a common experience but have very different reactions.
The follow-up to the short film, An Afternoon (En Eftermiddag), this Danish film presents the aftermath of first time intimacy. As two young men shake off the post-sex glow, a small conflict of emotions brews. One of these boys is so taken with emotion that he can’t shake the images of their passionate time together. The other boy is frustratingly cool, calm, and collected, failing to display the same level of emotion. As they go out and meet one of their friends, emotions boil over when they are confronted with the notion of being a couple.
Intimate macro photography creates a sensational connection for the audience. Each passionate flashback is intriguing and dark, yet the audience is frequently jarred from the daydream and pulled back into the present time. The beautifully shot piece is a delightful sequel.
Director: Søren Green
Writers: Søren Green, Tomas Lagermand Lundme
Stars: Julia Wentzel Olsen, Jacob Ottensten, Ulrik Windfeldt-Schmidt
Release Date: 10 August 2016 (USA)
Also Known As: An Evening