Apnoe is the third film of The Gravitation Trilogy by Hund and Horn where ordinary situations are transformed into absurd. This short film shows a day of the life of a family in a flooded apartment. The characters watch TV with eyes wide open under water, they make bubbles playing the pipe or speaking. Lack of gravitation can be interpreted in many ways.
A participant of the Rotterdam Film Festival of 2012.
Screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2012.
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