Fears and hopes of finding love in virtual spaces.
Endless Days of Bertolucci not only ponders upon the meaning of finding love and affection in virtual spaces but its transition into the real world.
Through an encounter between two young individuals during a mellow, timeless summer, the short film challenges itself through the contrast of audio and visual. It is this disparity where we find ourselves searching for love in virtual spaces: How we present ourselves through words and pictures on dating apps seldomly is an accurate depiction of our true selves, if not our best version of it. By stepping out of the chat room, the virtual shell is inevitably being left there.
Shot on Kodak Super 16mm Film.
CAST: Patrick Slanzi, Ladina Von Frisching
Director | Luca Zurfluh
DOP | Tobias Kubli
Production | Dynamic Frame
Producer | Luzius Fischer
1AC | Christina Welter
Casting | Aurélia Marine
Styling | Arianna Pianca
Editor | Alessandro Biffi
Colorist | Miles Lembke, Ramón Königshausen
VFX | Claudio Sipka
Post Supervision | Sven Brauchli
Sounddesign & Mix | Stereotyp
Music | Fran O'Hanlon & Guy Massey
Graphics | Benjamin Kniel
Support Malta | Rock Productions Malta
Arri Rental Munich | Dominik Dukat, Ingo Baier
Richard Grell (cinegrell) / Megarent
Maxime Raymond / Tillo Spreng
Natascha Vavrina / Pascal Reinmann
Philipp Ritler / Mark Mangion
Shay Erov / Vilma Bučkutė
© Luca Zurfluh 2022