Bladgoud

Vincent Tilanus Short film - 2018 - 27 min.

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For the umpteenth time, homeless Owen loses his crash pad and reluctantly turns to his sister. The question is how long he will manage to keep up appearances.  

The homeless twenty-something Owen does not want to bother anybody. When he loses his crash pad once again and cannot stay with friends, he eventually knocks his sister Abbey’s door. In the days that follow, he does everything to keep up appearances, while trying to get a grip on his miserable situation, which is only worsening. Afraid to lose face, he strays ever further, as his despair grows. Meanwhile, gaps start to appear in the image he maintains to others and he has to up his game not to lose cover.

Credits

Director(s) Vincent Tilanus
Script Randa Peters
Producer(s) Max Eggink
Eefje Helmus
Josephine Moen
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Netherlands