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Me, After We Met by Emma Farnell-Watson X Joe Connor

Me, After We Met is a film that immerses the viewer in the nocturnal world of a woman in a vast, sleepy city. Its aim is to playfully subvert the idea of an ‘apocalypse’, a word typically associated with cataclysmic endings and destruction. But what if the ending was a good thing? What if it marked the end of loneliness and sadness; a positive apocalypse? In Me, After We Met, we meet a character whose uncontained joy hints at the death of a loneliness she has felt. The film captures the essence of what it means to be human, to feel the endings and beginnings of things. It celebrates the death of the old and the exhilaration of new beginnings.