A witness comes under pressure during a court case and the earlier police interrogation, where her unreliable memories, through repeated flashbacks turn out to be changeable.
The witness walks through the corridors of a courthouse, a floating camera following her. In a pale flashback, she is sternly interrogated by two policemen. In her flashbacks during the examination, we see the events, which seem realistic, but repeatedly turn out to be as changeable and unreliable as the human memory. At a great pace, the three narrative threads take turns, while the witness grows more and more anxious.
Gouden Kalf nominees
Beste Korte Film (2006)
Erik de Bruyn
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