The Oscar-nominated animated short film “Late Afternoon” follows Emily, who struggles connecting her past with her present. As she delves in and out of her memories and makes connections to her present-day life, she sits in a room as a woman named Kate, who she doesn’t recognize, serves her afternoon tea.
Written and directed by Louise Bagnall and produced by Nuria González Blanco, the film tells the story of a woman with dementia who is forgetting her past … but who is able to leap into some of her most vivid, special memories. We spoke with Louise about how the film came to be.
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