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Lena y Elena

A gripping tale that delves into a fractured lesbian relationship.
5/5

Review

Laura Martinova’s short drama film is a raw and emotionally charged exploration of love, secrecy, and power dynamics within a lesbian relationship. Set against the backdrop of Barcelona’s picturesque Hotel W, the film immerses viewers in the complex world of Lena and Elena, brilliantly portrayed by Karina Kolokolchykova and Laura Put, respectively. Their passionate yet fractured 3-year romance is depicted with utmost authenticity, delving deep into what appears to be narcissistic abuse.

What sets this film apart is its sophisticated and stylish presentation. Martinova’s direction skillfully navigates the intricate layers of the narrative, evoking strong emotions and gripping the audience from start to finish. The performances are nothing short of fantastic, capturing the nuances of the characters and their tumultuous relationship.

Josep Pardo’s cinematography is a visual treat, expertly capturing both the luxurious surroundings and the delicate balance within the cast. The film effectively addresses issues of wealth imbalance and secret family ties, adding depth to the storyline. Elena’s narcissistic qualities contribute to a powerful exploration of narcissistic abuse, shedding light on a sensitive yet important subject.

In summary, Martinova’s film is a captivating and thought-provoking piece of cinema that leaves a lasting impact. Its compelling narrative, coupled with exceptional performances and exquisite cinematography, makes it a must-watch for audiences seeking a deeply emotional and visually stunning cinematic experience.

Brief Synopsis

Two lovers meet and break up in a five-star hotel.
Lena y Elena Short Film

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Director(s): Laura Martinova
Writer(s): Laura Martinova
Cast: Karina Kolokolchykova, Laura Put
Producer(s): Daniel Horvath
Director of Photography: Josep Pardo
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Runtime: 10 min

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Lena y Elena

A gripping tale that delves into a fractured lesbian relationship.
5/5

Review

Laura Martinova’s short drama film is a raw and emotionally charged exploration of love, secrecy, and power dynamics within a lesbian relationship. Set against the backdrop of Barcelona’s picturesque Hotel W, the film immerses viewers in the complex world of Lena and Elena, brilliantly portrayed by Karina Kolokolchykova and Laura Put, respectively. Their passionate yet fractured 3-year romance is depicted with utmost authenticity, delving deep into what appears to be narcissistic abuse.

What sets this film apart is its sophisticated and stylish presentation. Martinova’s direction skillfully navigates the intricate layers of the narrative, evoking strong emotions and gripping the audience from start to finish. The performances are nothing short of fantastic, capturing the nuances of the characters and their tumultuous relationship.

Josep Pardo’s cinematography is a visual treat, expertly capturing both the luxurious surroundings and the delicate balance within the cast. The film effectively addresses issues of wealth imbalance and secret family ties, adding depth to the storyline. Elena’s narcissistic qualities contribute to a powerful exploration of narcissistic abuse, shedding light on a sensitive yet important subject.

In summary, Martinova’s film is a captivating and thought-provoking piece of cinema that leaves a lasting impact. Its compelling narrative, coupled with exceptional performances and exquisite cinematography, makes it a must-watch for audiences seeking a deeply emotional and visually stunning cinematic experience.

Brief Synopsis

Two lovers meet and break up in a five-star hotel.
Lena y Elena Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Laura Martinova
Writer(s): Laura Martinova
Cast: Karina Kolokolchykova, Laura Put
Producer(s): Daniel Horvath
Director of Photography: Josep Pardo
Animation:

Specifications

Genre: ,
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 10 min

IMDb Page

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