“The Female Bond”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Aldona Kwiatkowski (2017)

“The Female Bond” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film For “She’s Mercedes” Starring YUNA Directed By Aldona Kwiatkowski.

Directed by: Aldona Kwiatkowski

Creative Direction by: Shelby Duncan
Director of Photography: Jalaludin Trautmann, BVK
Music by: Ali Helnwein

The Female Bond Cinematic Poem Short Film For She's Mercedes Directed by Aldona Kwiatkowski 2017

Produced by: Nicole Disson
Executive Producers: Sarah Weinknecht, Nathan Scherrer
and FREENJOY

Art Director: Lauren Machen
Choreographer: Kitty McNamee

Starring: YUNA, Anjelica Armstrong, Stephanie Cleary
and Andrea Antoinette Nakhla

The Female Bond Cinematic Poem Short Film For She's Mercedes Directed by Aldona Kwiatkowski 2017

Poem by: Jacqueline Suskin

“There is no better bond than ours: female friendship and mutual support from childhood on.”

“For this year’s International Women’s Day, She’s Mercedes tells a story of feminine energy and female unity, envisioning a utopian community based on diversity, warm fellowship and 
a regal attitude, starring Malaysian musician Yuna.

Between cactus fields and green hills a tale unfolds that plays with the viewers’ perception of dream and reality. Over the course of the film, an invisible bond brings the four protagonists together. They meet in a magical place that serves as a visual interpretation of an inspiring, connecting and empowering bond between our heroines. Only to be interrupted by a surprising, final plot twist that sheds new light on their friendship…

She’s Mercedes is an initiative dedicated to inspiring, connecting and empowering women who are driven to make things happen.”

The Female Bond Cinematic Poem Short Film For She's Mercedes Directed by Aldona Kwiatkowski 2017

Website: https://www.mercedes-benz.com/en/me/inspiration/she/lifestyle-she/the-female-bond-short-film/

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