Rubbish: Frustrated by trash not being disposed of properly, a man takes matters into his own hands.
Directed by Amy Allen & Lisa Denny
Lovely cast and a beautiful story that had me guessing right up until the end. Tightly shot, and nice choice of season to parallel the people.
That was adorable….
simple, yet very entertaining. Held my interest to the very end.
It kept you wanting to see how it would end.
What kind words will do! Lovely!
It is all about shifting one’s perspective, refocusing the lense.
Well done. Sweet story and I do appreciate Borka’s frustration and perseverence with the rubbish. However, he learned something…we all can.
Enjoyed! Made me smile. I know those people. They live in my building!
You never know when and where you’ll find companionship. And I like the kind attention the movie-makers paid to old people. Also the camera work kept me interested even though the set was so limited. Good story, good skills. Yay!
Lovely story. Everyone has the ability to be kind, and helping them find it can be ewarding.
Viewing it again, 2 years, later it still is a joy to watch.