Home Alone – NOWNESS

Four walls, a roof, a closed door. Directors Mariona Botella and Adrian Erre imagine a space within which our desires and fantasies—about being, without compromise, ourselves—can be realised. In this fun and fictitious film, the sole character, Max, stays home exactly to do what he wants to do—dress in his mother’s clothes and makeup, while expressing his fears, illusions, and physical and mental aspirations. “Loneliness allows us to investigate imaginary worlds,” argue the filmmaking duo behind this one-room drama. “It allows for infinite possibilities, almost like a child’s game. Doing everything that is not allowed because he is a boy, Max finds in his house a freedom that goes beyond his appearance; a freedom that makes him rethink the boundaries of the archetypal.”

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