18th Annual Indy Film Fest - Award Winners

This Is Where I Meet You w/Other Fish

Expired May 13, 2021 3:59 AM
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Your ticket to this screening includes both the feature This Is Where I Meet You and the short film Other Fish which will play before it!

More a collection of atmospheres and chance encounters than a classically structured narrative, this film perfectly encapsulates the feeling of being in your twenties and not knowing what you want from life. Charlotte is on vacation in Croatia with her boyfriend Georg who is mostly not around and trying to score a DJ-ing gig at a music festival. Left alone, she embarks on a journey of her own, encountering happy campers Benno, a self-proclaimed shaman, and mysterious yoga teacher Tami, to whom she feels an attraction. Both of them quickly become close companions on Charlotte's journey of self-discovery. A film with a nice ambling flow and lull to it and a tone that feels like water gently tossing about as we meet characters and find new scenic areas of the landscape

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    81 minutes
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  • Director
    Katharina Ludwig
  • Screenwriter
    Katharina Ludwig
  • Producer
    Katharina Ludwig
  • Cast
    Helene Blechinger, Anton Spieker, Tala Al Deen, Peter Marty