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Point of View

Point of View is a German short film about two people who cross paths in Berlin. Quiet in tone, subtle, Nils Struven crafts a story that feels longer than its 11 minutes, but in a good way. The short offers pleasing cinematography including bicycles rides, views of the city and lingering shots on the two leads (who are fascinating enough to make me want more of their backstory). The filmmakers label it as a "no budget film project" but if this what they can do with next to nothing, I can only imagine how they'd impress with a sizable starting pot.

Strandgut Film is officially on my radar...