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People in Cars

A comedic exploration of relationship woes set inside cars.
5/5

Review

‘People in Cars’, directed by Daniel Lundh, is a beautifully crafted short drama about the complexities of human relationships – exploring unrequited love, infatuation, and heartbreak. The premise is intriguing, with personal confessions made inside cars at different locations around Sweden.

Despite being a 16-minute short, the film packs a punch with its ensemble cast delivering remarkable performances. Each confession adds another layer to the story, evoking different emotions from the audience. The comedic moments within the film bring a lighter note to an otherwise emotionally charged narrative. One of the standout features of this film is the stunning static cinematography by Oskar Lundgren. The steady shots allows the audience to fully immerse themselves in the emotional journey of the characters.

Overall ‘People in Cars’ is a captivating exploration of the intricacies of human relationships with exceptional performances, striking cinematography, and a thought-provoking storyline. It’s a must-watch for those who enjoy short dramas that pack a punch. Viewers are certain to be left wanting more – which is a huge compliment to Lundh’s creative ingenuity. Sound and post-production is equally commendable. The drama is produced in the Swedish language with English subtitles throughout. Highly recommended.

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People in Cars

A comedic exploration of relationship woes set inside cars.
5/5

Review

‘People in Cars’, directed by Daniel Lundh, is a beautifully crafted short drama about the complexities of human relationships – exploring unrequited love, infatuation, and heartbreak. The premise is intriguing, with personal confessions made inside cars at different locations around Sweden.

Despite being a 16-minute short, the film packs a punch with its ensemble cast delivering remarkable performances. Each confession adds another layer to the story, evoking different emotions from the audience. The comedic moments within the film bring a lighter note to an otherwise emotionally charged narrative. One of the standout features of this film is the stunning static cinematography by Oskar Lundgren. The steady shots allows the audience to fully immerse themselves in the emotional journey of the characters.

Overall ‘People in Cars’ is a captivating exploration of the intricacies of human relationships with exceptional performances, striking cinematography, and a thought-provoking storyline. It’s a must-watch for those who enjoy short dramas that pack a punch. Viewers are certain to be left wanting more – which is a huge compliment to Lundh’s creative ingenuity. Sound and post-production is equally commendable. The drama is produced in the Swedish language with English subtitles throughout. Highly recommended.

People in Cars

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