The camera follows Dragos for 24 hours in Berlin.
3,5 million live in Berlin, yet loneliness finds its way and creeps into people’s souls.
Short documentary made in 48hrs during the British Shorts Film Workshop.
Festivals and Awards:
Jury Special Mention - Libercine Film Festival Buenos Aires 2014 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Libercine/182954098411359
Entzaubert queer D.I.Y uncommercial film festival 2014 - https://www.facebook.com/entzaubert
Bangalore Film Festival 2014
Worcestershire Film Festival - Review by Isabel Harridence:
At 7mins 11seconds, this short film manages to create as much, if not more, intrigue than most feature length films of any genre. In Berlin We Die Alone allows the viewer to be a fly on the wall during an evening in the life of a young gay man in Germany, and director Brindusa Ioana Nastasa does an excellent job of making the viewer feel like they are part of the crowd in the club yet completely invisible at the same time through an unusual cinematographic style. This creates a heightened sense of loneliness which is a prevalent theme throughout the film, as the audience watches the protagonist’s journey through the film begin and ultimately end alone. The shortness of the length of the shots and the lack of dialogue for the majority of the film helps give it that edgy and intriguing quality, which, along with Nastasa’s impressive imagery, makes In Berlin We Die Alone a must-watch.