The present, the whole present and nothing but the present. A young man on a footbridge, a bus departs, his friend is gone. This is followed by a majestic parade through a shopping centre. This central shot in the film is a fragile balancing act between documentary observation and subtle direction. Deliberately asynchronous sound serves to heighten the sense that events are nothing more than a construction of an apparently familiar reality. The boy's melancholic bearing, and the way the film unfolds, are embedded in an extremely expressive, albeit narratively minimalistic, dramaturgy of colour. Vibrant colours introduce each individual sequence: blue, green, yellow, orange, red.
27’ · Colour
Aaron Hilmer (Ray)Fynn Grossmann (Pär)
Born in 1979, he lives and works in Hamburg as a 'human resource and gréyalisateur', as he describes himself. He studied visual communications and film as well as art and time-based media at the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg.Filmography (short films)
2008 Neuseenland 2009 Sense+Innocence 2010 Der Lauf Und Chopin · Ohne Schlechtes Gewissen Genießen 2011 Die Reise Mit Der Eisenbahn Hat Sich Durchaus Ein Wenig Gelohnt 2012 Forever 2013 Break 2014 36000 Frames RGB · Leaving Monochromia 2015 36KFRGB-S29: Die Manifestation Des Kapitalismus In Unserem Leben Ist Die Traurigkeit · Autumn 2016 Compare 2017 Final Stage; medium-length film
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2017
Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburgwww.hfbk-hamburg.de