How a Short Film Explores Life at 27: A Look at Flóra Anna Buda’s Latest Cannes Entry
Did you hear about the latest short film “27” by Flóra Anna Buda? It’s going to be screened at the Cannes Short Film Competition, and we’ve got access to its trailer. The movie is about Alice, who is feeling stuck in her boring life after turning 27. One day, after a wild party, she gets into a serious bike accident while drunk. Will this near-death experience be enough to change her life?
Buda, the director, is a graduate of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest, and she directed an award-winning short film called “Entropia” in 2018. It took three years to make “27”, and Buda found writing the dialogue to be the most challenging part. She wanted to create something different this time, so she chose a more realistic visual style because Alice is going through a transformation and learning to embrace reality.
All in all, “27” sounds like an exciting and visually impressive short film that delves into themes of self-discovery and personal growth that everyone can relate to. We’re eagerly waiting to watch the full movie and see how Alice’s story plays out on the big screen. It’s going to be a real journey!