27 min, Netherlands. In the Flevopolder, the largest artificial island in the world, reclaimed at the sea, there are no old cities, no mountains, no irregularities. Only people trying to come to terms with there environment. A woman walks her dog for the last time, another woman dreams about to posses a wild horse and a ambitious manager wants to go to China. In this episodic film we meet people searching. People trying to get in contact with each other in an artificial environment, each with his or her own dreams, frustrations and peculiarities
Thijs Gilbert is a writer, actor and director from the Netherlands. He writes for television, theatre and works as an actor. He is a big fan of Daniil Charms and Joseph Campbell and he loves cheese.
Ruud Matthijssen is an actor and director from the Netherlands. He is best known for his role in Features as : New Kids Turbo and New Kids Nitro. He is a big fan of Haruki Murakami and he loves ice-cream.
Together they made 3 short films: KLEI (2014) Sometimes You're The Pigeon, Sometimes You're the Statue. (2016) VRIJ (2017) KLEI won 'best non-budget' at KIXFF (Seoul) Sometimes You're The Pigeon, Sometimes You're the Statue won 'best experimental' at BELIFF (London)