Christopher’s phone kept on going off all night. He was trying to have a good time in the city with his girlfriend, but he just wasn’t present.
Knowledge can be a cruel master. Something was going on, even if he pretended there wasn’t.
He couldn’t talk about it, but no words were needed.
Delicate, intimate and powerful all at once, this one’s for all the hollow I’m Okays we know aren’t true. And that’s okay too.
Directed by Andrew Renzi, starring Brady Corbet, Clémence Poésy and Alison Bartlett. Karaoke screened at Sundance and many other film festivals. Andrew won Winner of the Panavision Future Filmmaker Award for this short film. More about the film here.