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The Here and Now

by Keith Wilhelm Kopp

Two strangers share an unusual moment at a bus stop.

   

44 Comments for “The Here and Now”

  • Maria says:

    Love it!

  • Katherine says:

    This one should win.

  • Walde Marko says:

    The time??? 90 seconds = 100 seconds ??
    The films shortlisted for this year’s ompetition stood out for their originality, imagination and ability to engage, and are now in the running for the main DepicT, BUT RULES COMPETION… IS NOT RESPECTED: The time??? 90 seconds = 100 seconds ??

  • Anais says:

    5 seconds both heads and tails of DepicT ad. 100% rules followed with the film being a perfect 90seconds of joy.

  • Phil lauder says:

    Really makes you think and reflect upon how we interact as a race. Clever film.

  • Pete says:

    Really made me think, great film!

  • Charlotte says:

    I love this one…my favorite!

  • Lovely sensitive performances.

  • Shem Nelson says:

    The lack of spoken words only added to the intrigue this film presents, instead provoking viewer interpretation. Captivating!

  • Emilia Castells says:

    Genial! Excelente actuacion. Felicitaciones a todos los participantes y en especial a Jean-Pierre CLAPES.

  • Vera says:

    Beautiful!!

  • Sally says:

    I can’t get this off my mind! It’s 90 seconds of genius! Seems to me to be a succinct illustration of the raging competition between our deepest instinct to reach out with compassion in our shared humanity, alongside the growth in societal constraints which increasingly feed our fear of involvement, and result in worsening isolation from each other.

  • Hannah Robinson says:

    Very clever, I really like this

  • Gez says:

    Great short film, thought provoking.

  • Jo says:

    Great film. Definitely the winner!

  • Carla says:

    Human kindness, great short film

  • Jim says:

    Outstandingly thought provoking.

  • Rachel says:

    Really like it – this is how the world should be (though he was listening to his music a bit loudly!!) Guess that was half the point though – juxtaposition of our increasingly self centred world with the tender human interaction they exchanged. Full of hope. Thanks.

  • Jayne says:

    Beautiful. Genuine. We need more reminders of how much we need one another.

  • Caroline says:

    No words required, love it.

  • Gemma says:

    Amazing film. Thought provoking.

  • Jean-Jacques CLAPES says:

    C’est très émouvant. L’acteur joue bien son rôle.

  • Clapes says:

    Impressionnant! Superbement joué.

  • Megan says:

    Fabulous! Insightful, creative, original, genuine. I loved it

  • Mrs. Black says:

    Two thumbs up! Impressive, clever, kind, smart, warm, comforting, sweet, genuine, creative, human, and daring. Great job!

  • Megan says:

    Bravo! 2 thumbs way up!

  • Mrs. B says:

    This should win! Amazing!

  • Hannah Ongaro says:

    Very thought provoking. Great cinematography. Wonderfully produced to capture the emotion of the moment.

  • Coralie says:

    90 sec … claires et précises sans besoin de parler.
    Très Très Bons Acteurs expressifs 😉 surtout le Jeune Homme.
    Bravo et Félicitations !!
    J’adore

  • Annabel says:

    Really thought provoking film, well done hope this does well in the competition.

  • Natalie says:

    What a great film: insightful and moving. Captivated me and does everything a film should do: inspire and leave you thinking. Absolutely wonderful.

  • Annabelle says:

    Really clever, really well crafted. Completely inspired.

  • Kate says:

    Really made me think. Clever film. Beautifully captured. Surely the winner.

  • Pip says:

    Wow! Thought provoking. A real eye opener. Love it.

  • Lordy says:

    It’s amazing what you can say in just 90 seconds! This really made me think. Excellent work 🙂

  • Lizzie says:

    Love it – amazing film !!

  • Vicky says:

    Beautiful. A true winner.

  • clare langford says:

    Wonderful piece, if we all reacted instinctively to people around us maybe we would be happier!

  • Jo says:

    I found myself captivated by this film, beautifully filmed & thought provoking….I hope it will win!

  • Krz says:

    It doesn’t need to be long to hit the feels button! This one hit my feels!

  • David Gilmour says:

    A very focused 90 seconds, reassuring us that spontaneous humanity is near and all about us. The need for is responded to, the cause is not important. Sehr gut, Wilhelm! Ausgezeichnet!

  • florence says:

    i actually found this film quite creepy

  • adudu odudu says:

    the emotional impact is fantastic. love it 🙂

  • Isobel says:

    I agree all opinions and hope is going to be the absolut winner.

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