Almost Morning

(feature / fiction)

Anna and Mattias are two perfect strangers. She is a 40-year-old Greek translator and he is a 70-year-old German pensioner.

The only thing they share is a chance encounter they have one morning in a park in Berlin, where they find themselves sitting side by side on a bench.

Anna and Mattias are two perfect strangers until she discovers, upon her return to Greece, from a letter left by her recently deceased mother that her real father is not the one she grew up with but somebody else. A German lover her mother had as a student, who was also left in the dark about the whole affair and found out about the existence of his daughter with a similar letter, just like Anna’s.

“Almost Morning” is a film about two perfect strangers that have to find a way to discover one another through the undercurrent that connects them. Two perfect strangers who might learn to love each other one day.

 

Supported by Creative Europe and ERT S.A.

June 14, 2016

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