Short Fiction, 30′
Director: Julia Milz
Production: German Film and Television Academy, Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg/ Berlin-Brandenburg Broadcasting
1:2.39 2K Arri Amira + 16mm Zeiss HS
Polly tries to avoid a confrontation with her roommate, tiptoeing around the mess in a kitchen that proves to be much too small for more than one person. The walls are too white, her anxiety is too great, and finally she feels too claustrophobic to stay inside. In a noisy and anonymous city, Polly let’s herself be carried by a train that moves in circles, without a particular goal, daydreaming away while the world rushes by her. In some empty places she has brief encounters with other individuals without ever really meeting them and wishes for nothing more than to sleep. Nevermind, Polly.
Achtung Berlin – The New Berlin Film Award 2018
Split Film Festival / International Festival of New Film, Competition Shorts 2018