TOGETHER AT LAST is an unnerving psychological horror/drama centred around one man's disillusioned state after the passing of his dearest - the justification of which is defined in his 'old man' demeanour, for he is actually an old man.
"Louis Marriott was invariably an obvious choice for Together At Last, I've seen him perform in a few school productions where he often played transformative characters exceptionally well, his interest let alone his skill in being able to convincingly shift himself into an entirely different person at the time was incredible and I'm sure he's now taken off into acting. The perspective is one that builds tension, a voyeur-like insight into the life of this man, the smooth dolly motions contrast with the dutch-angle cinematography to create this feeling of unease, and the audience's proximity gets closer and closer as the film progresses until we feel like we're actually there. A ghostly presence, either of sadness or curiosity, leaves the book on Freud open at the end of the film, for reasons open to interpretation."
Running Time: 7 minutes 45 seconds Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Cast: Louis Marriott Crew:Louis Holder (Director, DOP, Editor), Louis Marriott (Writer) Music: Brian Eno