Between the hours of ten and twelve a piece of news stops a family in its tracks, while around them life goes on as before. Just another summer’s day. But on this particular day a piece of news, delivered by two officers in a police car, changes the life of a family forever. As the journey processes, the vehicle becomes more and more crowded with family members, picked up from home, work, the hairdressers. As they sit in the backseat, alone with their thoughts, what they thought they knew about life, about relationships, has been violently altered. And while the focus for their despair is all too clear, around them everyday things begin to lose meaning as the world becomes increasingly absurd.
written and directed by Peter Hoogendoorn
produced by Phanta Film
- Golden Star for best film at the Cinedays Skopje Film Festival, 2015
- Jerusalem Film Festival, 2015
- Dutch Film Critics Award at the Dutch Film Festival, 2015
- Venice Film Festival, 2015
feature film – 2k – 71 min – 1:2.35 scope – dolby – color