empty nest

LENGTH 14:12min
CAST Isabelle Mann, Jannis Roth, Werner Braunschädel, Helena Finatzer
DIRECTOR AND SCREENPLAY Dascha Petuchow
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Ivo Mandov
PRODUCER Dascha Petuchow
DoP Laurenz Strasser
EDITING Dascha Petuchow
SOUND JMarkus Kunz
LIGHTING Frederik Hochheimer
SET DESIGN Natascha Kurz, Niklas Kühnert, Jennifer Leidolf
COSTUME Dascha Petuchow
MUSIC Mateo Abad Schneewind
A semester project developed in cooperation with the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences in the communication design course under the supervision of Prof. Tom Schreiber.
Two generations, one meal together. Young meets old, traditional meets liberal. In the story »Empty Nest« mother, father, their only adult son and his girlfriend come together during a visit to their parents. The overprotective mother fails to cope with her only child moving out, while the proud father’s thoughts turn solely to aging. The conversations are about news and memories, while at the same time they quietly talk about expectations, loneliness and sorrow.
Two generations, one meal together. Young meets old, traditional meets liberal. In the story »Empty Nest« mother, father, their only adult son and his girlfriend come together during a visit to their parents. The overprotective mother fails to cope with
her only child moving out, while the proud father’s thoughts turn solely to aging. The conversations are about news and memories, while at the same time they quietly talk about expectations, loneliness and sorrow.

empty
nest

LENGTH 14:12min
CAST Isabelle Mann, Jannis Roth, Werner Braunschädel, Helena Finatzer
DIRECTOR AND SCREENPLAY Dascha Petuchow
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Ivo Mandov
PRODUCER Dascha Petuchow
DoP Laurenz Strasser
EDITING Dascha Petuchow
SOUND Markus Kunz
LIGHTING Frederik Hochheimer
SET DESIGN Natascha Kurz, Niklas Kühnert, Jennifer Leidolf
COSTUME Dascha Petuchow
MUSIC Mateo Abad Schneewind
A semester project developed in cooperation with the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences in the communication design course under the supervision of Prof. Tom Schreiber.
Two generations, one meal together. Young meets old, traditional meets liberal. In the story »Empty Nest« mother, father, their only adult son and his girlfriend come together during a visit to their parents. The overprotective mother fails to cope with her only child moving out, while the proud father’s thoughts turn solely to aging. The conversations are about news and memories, while at the same time they quietly talk about expectations, loneliness and sorrow.