By Sindha Agha. Read the story here: nyti.ms/2LSeiRK
A diner in the middle of the desert, two strangers and a glass of latte: these are the elements of “Milkoffee”, an adaptation of one of the short stories of “Crìmenes Ejemplares”, a collection of murder chronicles by Max Aub. Told in first person, the movie tries to visually represent the frustration and inner madness of the narrator, who feels tremendously and inexplicably annoyed by the noise of the teaspoon on the glass of the other one.
by Frederick Tremblay