From the film-maker:
When I saw 'The Evening Star' I immediately decided to tell the story of a man who decides his relationship's destiny by playing hopscotch on the beach. I was inspired by the loneliness of the character lost in the melancholic landscape. The net was another element that I linked to my story, as it represents the idea that the character is trapped in a situation of hesitation. I was drawn by the minimal style and the choice of colours, which symbolised uncertainty to me. As Turner sketches a transitional moment in nature, my film is about a transitional moment in a man's relationship and mind.
A piece inspired by Joseph Mallord William Turner, The Evening Star, about 1830