PODCAST | Laura Della Corte interviews Graham Foy, director of the film The Maiden.
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In the interview with Graham Foy, director of The Maiden, in the section Giornata degli Autori, we talked about solitude, loneliness, and the possibility to discover that in the end. We are never really alone.
The Maiden: A perfect summer day ends in tragedy, weaving a cosmic connection between three suburban teenagers. Best friends Colton and Kyle float the river, trade dreams, and spray-paint in the local ravine. Like the boys, Whitney explores the ravine, seeking solace by writing and drawing in her diary. But when her best friend abandons her, Whitney disappears. The kids’ lives swirl with natural wonder and beauty, but darkness and death loom not far behind. The discovery of Whitney’s diary transports us to a mirror world. A magical ravine. A paranormal encounter. The return of a dead black cat. Is this a dream? The afterlife? Once deeply connected, are we ever really alone?