ABOUT THE PROJECT
Left home alone for dinner, a 13-year-old boy steals his parents' live lobsters and takes them to the single mothers of a working class school friend, only to claim in her house a place that goes well beyond that of a dinner seat.
SYNOPSIS / DESCRIPTION
LOBSTER DINNER is a narrative short film produced as partial completion of a Master of Fine Arts from the Graduate Film Program at Columbia University School of the Arts. Entirely set during a mundane school-day evening in Rome, LOBSTER DINNER is about the intimate journey of misunderstandings, betrayals and loss of innocence of two thirteen-year-old friends from different social classes who are put at odds by their respective quests for manhood.
GENRE Narrative Short
DIRECTOR Gregorio Franchetti
PRODUCER Axel Ohman
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