Two friends lost each other, before they were able to say something important...
Growing-up, I was enthralled with the black-and-white silent era. "City Lights" and "The Kid": Silence seemed a very powerful voice. Here, I wanted to tell a story that was universal, and wordless. About remembering and letting go, after loss. Told solely in images, music and editing; letting the audience fill the blanks with whatever was said. It's a story of communication, and what it means just to talk to someone you love. Even for a few more words...
...And finally saying, what you never got to say.
Jeremy Mark Edward Silcocks
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