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About the Movie

director: Dan Browne

Beach Hill in Toronto, Ontario

April 12 - May 6, 2020

5min 10sec

shot on: FCPX

edited with: Panasonic GH5

A look at daily life – with homeschooling routines, a young daughter’s face, and shifting refractions of a hanging crystal.

Warning – some people may be sensitive to the flicker in this film.

“In trying times, I find consolation in the circle of my own domestic existence. Isolation changes nothing for my filmmaking process, but does make it all the more relevant and urgent. Looking within the forms of my daily life — homeschooling routines, my daughter’s face, shifting refractions of a hanging crystal — I seek to reimagine time not as a flowing river that carries us away, but a quiet lake in which we swim, circling back to moments that reverberate into the infinite. “Heaven would indeed be heaven if lovers were there permitted as much enjoyment as they had experienced on earth.” (Boccaccio) “ – Dan Browne