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Interview with Aung Rakhine, director of The Last Post Office

Saturday 25 May 2019, by Abla Kandalaft

Interview with Bangladeshi filmmaker Aung Rakhine about his short film "The Last Post Office", a stunning, dream-like short with a entrancing soundtrack selected as part of the 2019 International Competition at the Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival. A video directed by the students of the ARFIS École, in collaboration with Brasserie du Court and Mydylarama.

On the edge of Bangladesh, between mountains and water, stands a post-office, the only sign of civilization. It has a notorious reputation: its employees disappear. Two men, in love with each other, work there.

A stand-out, stunning, dream-like and contemplative short with a entrancing soundtrack.

Café court / Expresso Video - Aung Rakhine from ClermontFd Short Film Festival on Vimeo.

More on the film on its official Facebook page.

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