This short documentary features Brian Moore, an 80-year-old former menswear shop owner from North London. Brian took over the family business after his father died in 1969 but when it came to his own retirement in the years leading up to 2000, he couldn’t bring himself to move or clear out the family shop. So, one day he simply locked the shop up and kept it frozen in time for almost 15 years.
Nina Ahmad is a writer and filmmaker with an established background as a journalist and Elena Alessia Negriolli is an award-winning filmmaker and cinematographer. Together they make creative documentaries filming intimate portraits with characters who have extraordinary and touching stories to tell. Their first short together, N° 99 was screened at Flatpack Film Festival in Birmingham, Talkies Suburban Film Festival in London, Makeshift Cinema Brixton and London Short Film Festival.