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“This project takes its shape from a conversation recorded between Rachelle and Toby, a real couple, living in Brooklyn,” says director Ariel Danziger. “I wanted to approach this short film very differently than the ways I have worked in the past. As we set off to shoot, we had conversations on how we would like to spend our last day on Earth. This stemmed from a place of ‘what ifs’; hypothetical scenarios that elicited existential questions about life and death, mixed with stripped-down sincerity and candid talk that made it playful, poetic and optimistic…”


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