Ali is not a citizen. He drives a taxi using another man’s license and relies on the GPS to negotiate his way around a city he doesn’t know. His last fare for the night is Esther, an 88-year-old woman who settles into the back seat of the cab and forgets where she is going. She is hostile because she is lost, but Ali is fed up with being a scapegoat. What they have in common is their damage; she cannot remember, and he cannot forget. On the road at night the taxi becomes a refuge as they discover a connection.
WE HAVE COMPLETED SHOOTING. Ali Al Jenabi and Imelda Bourke have created emotionally rich, lively performances that touch the heart and reveal ideas.
POST PRODUCTION HAS BEGUN! We are now embarking upon the most expensive part of the process. Our tasks from here are:
- proceed to fine cut edit
- create the visual effects and green-screen backplates
- colour grade
- sound design, music composition, final mix
- produce master copy and output to required formats
- create the marketing package and get our wonderful film into festivals in Australia and overseas
WE HAVE JUST LAUNCHED OUR POST PRODUCTION FUNDING CAMPAIGN through the Australian Cultural Fund. ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Click on the link below to help us get this wonderful film completed and out into the world.
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