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Lost

An emotionally charging drama that captures the ebb and flow of life’s emotions.
5/5

Review

‘Lost’ by Harvey Kadijk isn’t your ordinary drama; it purposefully grabs you by the heartstrings and takes you on a tumultuous ride through the highs and lows of love and loss. With Aristo Mijnals and Jihane El Fahidi at the helm, the film becomes a riveting exploration of love’s joys and the piercing sting of melancholy.

Mijnals’s portrayal of Dalo is a fusion of emotions, leaving viewers with a sense of mystery towards the end. Meanwhile, El Fahidi’s Sarah draws us into their relationship world with effortless grace.

With unflinching honesty, Kadijk fearlessly delves into the messy complexities of life, crafting a narrative that feels achingly real. Jeffry H Bakker’s intimate cinematography is exquisite, capturing the raw essence of emotion with stunning clarity.

Moreover, the judicious use of smartphone footage lends an added layer of intimacy and authenticity, offering glimpses into the characters’ lives with a voyeuristic poignancy. These snippets of personal moments enrich the narrative, infusing it with a sense of immediacy and relatability that pulls at the heartstrings.

The short is produced in the Dutch language, with English subtitles guiding international audiences. The intimacy of the narrative is palpable, pulling viewers into the tender moments shared between Dalo and Sarah. Kadijk’s narrative structure allows emotions to ebb and flow seamlessly, building to a crescendo of heartache.

A special mention to Guy Renardeau’s haunting end-credits score. A piano-based melody that encapsulates the tone impeccably – the perfect accompaniment to the emotionally charging tale. ‘Lost’ will unquestionably pull at the heartstrings of viewers worldwide with its unyielding emotional resonance. Highly recommended.

Brief Synopsis

Dalo and Sarah are a couple happy in love, Sarah has a huge announcement to make to Dalo. After receiving this news, both off them are thrilled, but something also seems very off.
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Director(s): Harvey Kadijk
Writer(s): Harvey Kadijk
Cast: Alice Varela Monteiro, Aristo Mijnals, Jihane el Fahidi
Producer(s): Angelo Perez Lebbink, Guy Renardeau
Director of Photography: Jeffry H Bakker
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Runtime: 10 min

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Lost

An emotionally charging drama that captures the ebb and flow of life’s emotions.
5/5

Review

‘Lost’ by Harvey Kadijk isn’t your ordinary drama; it purposefully grabs you by the heartstrings and takes you on a tumultuous ride through the highs and lows of love and loss. With Aristo Mijnals and Jihane El Fahidi at the helm, the film becomes a riveting exploration of love’s joys and the piercing sting of melancholy.

Mijnals’s portrayal of Dalo is a fusion of emotions, leaving viewers with a sense of mystery towards the end. Meanwhile, El Fahidi’s Sarah draws us into their relationship world with effortless grace.

With unflinching honesty, Kadijk fearlessly delves into the messy complexities of life, crafting a narrative that feels achingly real. Jeffry H Bakker’s intimate cinematography is exquisite, capturing the raw essence of emotion with stunning clarity.

Moreover, the judicious use of smartphone footage lends an added layer of intimacy and authenticity, offering glimpses into the characters’ lives with a voyeuristic poignancy. These snippets of personal moments enrich the narrative, infusing it with a sense of immediacy and relatability that pulls at the heartstrings.

The short is produced in the Dutch language, with English subtitles guiding international audiences. The intimacy of the narrative is palpable, pulling viewers into the tender moments shared between Dalo and Sarah. Kadijk’s narrative structure allows emotions to ebb and flow seamlessly, building to a crescendo of heartache.

A special mention to Guy Renardeau’s haunting end-credits score. A piano-based melody that encapsulates the tone impeccably – the perfect accompaniment to the emotionally charging tale. ‘Lost’ will unquestionably pull at the heartstrings of viewers worldwide with its unyielding emotional resonance. Highly recommended.

Brief Synopsis

Dalo and Sarah are a couple happy in love, Sarah has a huge announcement to make to Dalo. After receiving this news, both off them are thrilled, but something also seems very off.
Lost Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Harvey Kadijk
Writer(s): Harvey Kadijk
Cast: Alice Varela Monteiro, Aristo Mijnals, Jihane el Fahidi
Producer(s): Angelo Perez Lebbink, Guy Renardeau
Director of Photography: Jeffry H Bakker
Animation:

Specifications

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

IMDb Page

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