In this impressionistic experimental drama, a woman walks a fine line between sanity and madness in a world of constant twilight. Nellie Benner plays a young woman who works at a filling station and lives a life of emotional isolation. No one seems to pay attention to her, and she lives in a run-down flat that looks as if it's decaying before our eyes. As the woman wrestles with the demons that are taking hold within her mind, she frequently confronts herself in the mirror, often while naked. An older man (Titus Muizelaar) who has seen the woman through her windows becomes fascinated with her, but his attempts to integrate himself into her world have strange and unexpected consequences, especially when a gun enters the picture. Shot almost entirely without dialogue.
2 April 2009 (Netherlands)
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $178
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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When the girl is taking a street car late at night, she waits at the door to get out at the next stop. The Cameraman is clearly visible during this shot in the right window until the scene ends. See more