Moscow. Coffee-to- go. A young woman runs into a man – he stands behind a glass
window on the street. As soon as he notices her watching him, he is trying to disappear.
She follows him, getting closer and closer, but loses his tracks in the city park. They
look like a couple that broke up – one has already moved on, and the other one is still in
pain. Sudden flashback makes her remember, where to go further to find him. She
enters the apartment he lives in to face a mystery, hoping to find a key to solve it. The
film reminds of so-called “silent scene studies”, so there are no words and no names.
That supports the main idea of certain unification: the loss is always a little death, no
matter who left. And no matter who he or she is.
The movie is based on a contemporary poem by Feodor Svarovsky «They told me that
you still love me». Poetic voiceover answers all the unspoken questions of the film.
Young musician and composer from Saint-Petersburg Grisha Levchenko and director of
photography Ksenia Sereda became fool-blooded co-authors of the film in the process
of work. At the time of shooting Ksenia was still a final year student of Gerasimov State
University of Cinematography.
Project Title (Original Language):Mne skazali
Film Type:Experimental, Short, Student
Runtime:6 minutes 27 seconds
Completion Date:January 1, 2018
Production Budget:2,000 USD
Country of Origin:Russian Federation
Country of Filming:Russian Federation