After her boyfriend Paul leaves her when she less expected it, Sarah attachment to Paul, makes it impossible to move on by her own. One day she has an encounter with a homeless who gives her some wise advices, but is Sarah the only one who can decide to finally do something and find sense in her life again.

  • Yolanda Orozco
  • Yolanda Orozco
  • Neuer Kölner Filmhaus
  • Stadt Köln
  • Juli Piz
    Key Cast
  • David J. Arlenn
    Key Cast
  • Francisco López Martínez
    Key Cast
  • Wilda Wahnwitz
    Key Cast
  • Yoan Lapierre
    Director of Photography
  • Simon Petitjean
    Original Music
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    Romantic comedy
  • Runtime:
    8 minutes 58 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 22, 2020
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  • Rome Prisma Film Awards
    June 4, 2020
    Official Selection
  • 34 Girona Film Festival
    November 3, 2020
    Official Selection
  • Festival de Cine Colectivo
    Leon, Guanajuato
    April 12, 2021
    Official Selection
  • NAFCo Film Festival
    DuBois, Pennsylvania
    United States
    February 26, 2021
    Official Selection
  • CortoDino Film Festival XI Edizione
    November 23, 2020
    Official Selection
  • AmLatino Film Festival

    United States
    June 1, 2021
    Official Selection
  • The Lift-Off Sessions

    United States
    July 19, 2020
    Official Selection
  • FLICKFAIR Film Festival
    Los Angeles, California
    United States
    June 1, 2020
  • Festival del Cinema di Cefalù
    Cefalù, Palermo
    May 1, 2021
Director Biography - Yolanda Orozco

Yolanda Orozco is an independent Mexican-German film director and screenwriter. Since she was a child she has been strongly attracted to the arts, especially film, music and painting. She learned to paint on a self-taught basis and had several painting exhibitions in Mexico and Denmark. She studied graphic design and music (violin and piano) in her hometown Guadalajara. After her music studies, she continued to have a strong passion for film, which led her to make her first short film in 2009 (Memoria Indeleble). That same year she was admitted to a film master program in Madrid, Spain with a scholarship that was awarded to fifteen students from all over Latin America. In this way, she was able to combine two of her biggest dreams, which were to study film and go to Europe. After finishing her master's degree in Spain, she started a second one also related to cinema, one part in Denmark and another part in Germany, where she settled down.. Since then she has made several short films as part of her studies in the master's program, as well as two more with the support and subsidy of the German state (Don Ruperto) and the current one (Liebeskoma).

She currently lives in Munich and works as a freelance filmmaker, visual artist and post-producer.

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Director Statement

Who has not known what it is to suffer for love. It's such a recurrent and simple subject, but at the same time so complex. For the observer the way out is very obvious, but for the sufferer it is non-existent. And the worst thing is not falling into the nets of attachment for love, but the ease with which one falls back, as if with each experience nothing was learned. Suffering for love can last for years or sometimes a lifetime, which is why I decided to tell this story with a touch of comedy, representing myself and thousands of people who have gone through or are going through this situation. I hope this short film can help someone finally laugh at the memory of that past love.