Older man Viktor, who is stuck in his everyday routine, has to decide, either to make a brave move and confess his feelings to the woman he’s loved for all his life, or be lonely until the end of his days.
Time’s running while a stunned mother struggles against the melancholy of the strongest love in this world.
María has returned to the house where she grew up after twelve years without going. There she can get a lot of material for her new photography exhibition.
Everything is perfect until one night, a noise coming from the floor below catches Maria’s attention. She feels that all the people of that village hide something, including Luis, her only friend and with whom she shares a small story of summer love.
Every day that passes everything is stranger and the noises coming from the floor below are stronger every night.
Anita and Beti have to prepare the interview for an adoption but they do not have the same point of view about the strategy they need to follow.
The day after her birthday party, Alice is faced with a mysterious mirror, placed in her living room. She will be destabilized by a paranormal actuvity.
The movie FEMINAM, Latin for woman is an autonomous visual work by Marijke De Belie in which the artist plays with representations of women throughout the centuries.
Still it has not become a scientifical chronological enumeration of all female icons but more a flood of images like the one we experience in our REM sleep. For this she uses a direct animation technique.
With a black aquarel pencil on a white panel of wood she registers the drawing process itself, in an authentic and uncomplicated drawing style.
An artist tries to draw a woman’s face but his hands contradict each other preventing him to finish it.
The story is about a girl met a cat coincidentally in a storm night. They gained trust and became friends.