Let Go (2015)

If happiness is family, how does one keep on living when losing a child? For Anna, life comes to a halt when she loses her daughter in an accident. She is torn between her living young son,... See full summary »

Director:

Isabel Dréan

Writer:

Isabel Dréan
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jaz Coté Dréan Jaz Coté Dréan ... Mathis
Milan Dréan Milan Dréan ... Claire
Claudia Ferri ... Mother / Anna
Marc Fournier ... Marc / Soccer Coach
Ariane Patry-Jacques Ariane Patry-Jacques ... Claire's Friend - Church chorus member
Florence Patry-Jacques ... Little girl - Church
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If happiness is family, how does one keep on living when losing a child? For Anna, life comes to a halt when she loses her daughter in an accident. She is torn between her living young son, Mathis and the memory her beloved daughter, Claire. Mathis, however, acts like everything is the same. No tears, no sadness. But why would he be sad when to him, his sister is still present and he keeps talking to her like she's still alive? In her struggle, Anna will have to make difficult decisions. Will she be able to let go of this extraordinary love that binds them? Can this love keep them together even through death? Or should she let go? Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

March 2015 (France) See more »

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Color
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manipulative
28 July 2015 | by nick-89894See all my reviews

This was painfully boring and full of generic ideas we have seen a million times!I like short movies, it can often show promise for a new director, but often, like in this case; it shows that the director is not interesting and talentless, looking for attention with a manipulative drama! Short movies can't afford to be boring, that's just part of the game, and trying to get recognition with a sad story that doesn't connect with the audience is a big failure! Funny is harder than sad, and with a premise of lost of a child, sad should be a given; but unfortunately in this case it falls completely flat!

Short movies are like a joke; it's all about timing and delivery!

None of them were there!


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