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2013 Goteborg Film Festival / 2013 Uppsala International Short Film Festival Synopsis Program Note
Ing-Marie and Carl are always busy. They surround themselves with devices meant to simplify their lives. It is summer, the sun is shining, the machines are running while she works out and he mows the lawn. But life isn’t necessarily any easier.
A middle-aged couple\'s holiday is subjugated to the advanced devices and their rhythm. Their house is full of the sounds that the machines make, and this couple is busy interacting with these machines. When the husband asks his wife to help, his voice can\'t reach her. A busy and noisy modern life relying on machines too much is contrasted by a quiet holiday with no human interaction. [CHAI Hee-sook]
2013 Goteborg Film Festival / 2013 Uppsala International Short Film Festival
Gunhild ENGERGunhild ENGER
Gunhild ENGER graduated from Edinburg College of Art 2005, and The School of Film Directing in Gothenburg 2012. She was nominated for a BAFTA with her graduation film Bargain, and has since then screened her films in festivals around the world. The film Premature (2012) won a lot of prizes all around the world, including Brief Encounters Grand Prix for Best International Short in 2012.