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If Only for a Moment

Belgium | France , Dutch, 30 mins

Original Title

Al Was Het Maar Voor Even
  • Director: Sophie Kurpershoek
  • Writer: Sophie Kurpershoek
  • Producer: Sophie Kurpershoek

CGiii Comment

Nothing quite like promoting the lesbian cliché...of the rapid onset relationship!

It's a tad self-indulgent...and, way too long to maintain any sliver of interest going through to the end.

As for the art...well, when 'art' defaces the landscape...it simply becomes litter!


Al Was Het Maar Voor Even - Teaser (Short Film) from Xavier Van D'huynslager on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Astrid, a young artist, has turned her back towards the world and in a deserted landscape she works on a piece of land-art. Days pass and her loneliness becomes stifling, until one day she meets the eccentric geologist Emily. Quickly they form a deep connection. Far away from the real world, in a wild and beautiful landscape, they can make love, dream and philosophize carelessly; their lives seem temporarily idyllic.

Cast & Characters

Charlotte De Bruyne as Astrid
Sallie Harmsen as Emily

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