Are We Lost Forever

Göteborg IFF
2020
Nordic Film Market
2020

Are We Lost Forever

A Film by David Färdmar

2020 - Sweden - Drama/LGBTQ - 104 min.

with Björn Elgerd , Jonathan Andersson , Micki Stoltt , Nemanja Stojanovic & Victor Iván

Language: Swedish
Produced by Lis Svensson Brandberg , David Färdmar & Casper Andreas

One morning it is over. For Hampus it is a relief to break up from their destructive relationship, while Adrian is devastated and heartbroken. Will he be able to survive without the love of his life, or is there a possible way of somehow getting him back?

Göteborg IFF
2020
Nordic Film Market
2020
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