By Louise McLeod Tabouis.
In the compact five minutes that make up Yann Danh’s latest film ‘Always’ (2015), a certain drama is created, a not-simple task when there is no dialogue. With the use of flashbacks, the tone of the character’s relationship is established quickly, showing the endearing and affectionate beginnings of love. The present-time scenes transition well, despite the contrast, motivating the viewer to ask why the woman has changed from beloved to ignored.
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