The Ducks’ Migration 2012
15min | Short, Biography, Drama | 13 July 2012 (USA)
Two close family friends, Jeremy and Alphonse, American and French, spend a few weeks together in Brooklyn. Jeremy is confused about his understanding of the friendship, while obsessed with the ducks in the Prospect Park lake and finishing a school paper about their migration. Alphonse likes to ride bicycles and does not want to leave town. The ducks inevitably leave, Alphonse goes back to Paris, and Jeremy stays in his house, but all of them depart to discover something new.
At the beginning of the film, we meet nature lover Jeremy and a handsome looking Frenchguy Alphonse. It really gave a nice view of the park and that its a relaxing place where you go to get away from life for a while.
But when you feel distracted when your crush is sitting beside you, you feel that life stops to let you think and the actor that played Jeremy did a really good impression of that. He thought of what it would be like to be with Alphonse and we all can be like that from time. I think this film would be great for other nature lovers to see this film because it would be a good reflection to know that any person can love animals.
Director: Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo
Writer: Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo
Stars: Ryan Leach, William Moody, Kathryn Danielle