This is the last light of the world,
The palest glow there ever was."
Ferdinand Hardekopf (Late ‘Spät’)
A girl navigates the last hours of the day, trapped in her own world. Ecstasy and loneliness set the pace as darkness threatens to engulf her altogether. For her, all ends today. Ecstasy, farewell - and the feeling between pure fear and acceptance. A film about loneliness.
Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München
Lea Drinda, Mia Kovac, Jeremias Meyer
About the director(s)
Theresa Weidmann was born and raised in Munich in 1998.
Before studying, she was involved in visual arts and participated in two exhibitions. Since 2019, Theresa Weidmann has been studying feature film directing at the University of Television and Film in Munich.