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A poignant tale of heartbreak and sexuality.


Stewart Hannah‘s short film, exploring the intricacies of love and heartbreak in a gay relationship, is a beautifully crafted piece of cinema that will tug at your heartstrings. Set against the stunning backdrop of coastal Sydney, the film delves into the complex emotions of protagonist Adam as he grapples with the aftermath of his breakup with Tom. Knowe Rata (credited as Lachy Greig) delivers a powerful performance as Adam, capturing his anguish and inner turmoil with remarkable ease. Similarly, Luka Klindo is impressive as Tom, who is struggling with his own sexual identity.

Stewart Hannah demonstrates impressive skill as both a writer and director, creating a nuanced exploration of relationships that will resonate with audiences of all ages. The film’s exploration of emotional attachment within relationships and the difficulty of letting go is both authentic and moving. Although the sound and editing are standard for a low budget production, the cinematography is impressive.

Overall, the film is a triumph, with Hannah showcasing a keen eye for detail and a rare ability to capture the complexities of human emotion. A promising filmmaker, Stewart is one to watch in the future. I highly recommend this film to anyone looking for an insightful, thought-provoking drama that will linger long after the credits roll.

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Runtime: 5 min
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