Look at Us Now (2016)
Writing and Direction: Kate Dervishi
Cinematography: Maurice Wilkerling
“Look At Us Now” follows Line, a young Danish woman, over the course of four days in Berlin. Slowly a portrait of a group of friends and their apartments takes shape. Their living spaces are chambers which provide shelter and happiness, but also engender claustrophobia, fear, and longing. The characters display certain similarities such as restlessness and insomnia. Dreams are revealed. The film offers brief glimpses into the lives of these friends, who all seem trapped somehow in their apartments, and in their thoughts.