Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival 2020

Are We Lost Forever

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It started as a fairy-tale romance, they were destined to be together, but what if fairy tales aren’t meant to last forever?  

 

After years of the magic dissipating, Hampus suddenly declares “There’s No More We”, instantly ending their engagement. For his fiancé, Adrian, it’s an unexpected and devastating shock. As they pry apart the life they built together, Hampus and Adrian begin to navigate the dating scene and discover who they are without each other. As the finality of the situation dawns upon them they have to ask themselves, can this ending lead to new beginnings, or “Are We Lost Forever”?  

 

David Färdmar was one of the competitors for the inaugural Iris Prize in 2007 with his short film My Name is Love. 

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    104 minutes
  • Language
    Swedish
  • Country
    Sweden
  • Premiere
    UK
  • Director
    David Färdmar
  • Screenwriter
    David Färdmar
  • Producer
    Casper Andreas; David Färdmar; Lis Svensson