Intricate short film debut directed by Dutch writer Philip Huff about an elderly woman suffering from Alzheimers and her husband coping with the daily ramifications of the illness. In a pivotal scene where the husband drives off from her nursing home, a short classical piece of music was needed that would draw the main character -and audience- in.
We took our inspiration from Estonian composer Arvo Pärt in this, and tailor-made a selection of intricate classical pieces from the Yellowbloom Library, from which the production agency De Familie licensed the chosen track for use.
Bosrandgeluk premiered on the Dutch Film Festival and was critically acclaimed. It marked the start of Philip Huff’s directing career.
Watch an interview with Philip.