FULL MOON AT MIDNIGHT
Director: Henrik Kozlowski
United States, 1999, 5 min
Cast:José Diaz, David Diez - Assistant director: Miki Sunada
Crew:Cinematographer: David Smith - Music: Tom Tucker - Production: Starr Productions Attn: Henrik Kozlowski 2167 Broadview Terr. Los Angeles, CA 90068
A struggling artist is contemplating suicide. An angel disguised as a burglar breaks into the artist's home. A confrontation ensues. During the struggle the artist cuts his hand while pushing himself away from the burglar. The artist then realizes that he was really pushing himself away from his dreams.
About the director
Henrik has been interested in European and American film since his early childhood. In 1996 he left Denmark to study cinema in Hollywood and pursue a worldwide career in film. He wants to entertain people.
By shooting "Full Moon At Midnight" I wanted to expose the fear of success and revive the faith in one's dream by presenting an allegory. Making film is a powerful medium. It is my wish to entertain and help people find the truth within themselves...