Two transient young men breaks into an empty church by the sea to form a blood pact: to get rid of their childhood demons and escape the cycle of anxiety and authorities. Their dreams of making it as true goth-rock-stars forces them to transcend old boundaries and play their first live concert ever. The passage of time brings them learning of death and suffering, but ultimately shows them, that the redemption they've longed for so long, is now manifested in their friendship.
- New Talent Award, Sheffield Doc/Fest IFF
- Best Danish Short, Odense IFF
- Valdemar Cold Winge Leisner
- Denniz Göl Bertelsen
- Johan Carøe
- BEOFILM PRODUCTIONS APS
Jesper Dalgaard (1989, Denmark) grew up in a remote village on the windy west coast of Denmark. He graduated from the National Danish Film School in 2017 and is an award-winning writer and director, who has been in competition at SXSW, Nordisk Panorama, TIFF and OFF, where his film ÜBERMENSCH won Best Danish Short Film in 2017. At Sheffield Doc/Fest he received a Special Mention/New Talent Award. His work has been 'Staff Picked' by Vimeo and 'Short of the Week' and he received CopenX best of the year award for his VR- performance and theater piece 'Doom Room'. In 2016 Dalgaard was selected for Werner Herzog's Rogue Film School. Working in the field of merging theater, documentary, and fiction, he often creates characters and aesthetics with bleeding love for poetic and artistic anarchism, mythology and the dark horses of society