Rob Ulitski - 28th May 2020

A woman's rollercoaster dating journey takes an unexpected turn when she is drawn towards a mysterious admirer, in Susanne Aichele's short film for After Hours, with music by Coco Morier. 

Passing the lonely days by swiping on Tinder and going on dead-end dates, a young woman (played by Kayt Webster-Brown) is frustrated with being single. Through intimate vignettes of her dancing alone and living day-to-day without any company, we form an emotional attachment to her character. 

Doubling up as DoP as well as director, Aichele captures an understated, authentic energy in the cinematography, which extends to everything from art direction to blocking out scenes. 


DirectorSusanne Aichele
ProducerDhruv Rupapara
Director of PhotographySusanne Aichele
Focus PullerJonathan Ngai
Art DirectorBlythe Eveleigh-evans
WardrobeArden Eveleigh-evans
ColouristGabi Mascarenhas
Lead actorKayt Webster-brown

Rob Ulitski - 28th May 2020

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