Esplanade is a film about disconnected love. A couple takes a morning stroll on the esplanade as the city comes alive. This seemingly normal morning saunter begins to explore their desires, anxieties, and reservations, bringing into question the purpose of this relationship. The relationship is tested further by one man's search for security and one woman's search for freedom. Esplanade is shot in the combined style of Italian Modern Cinema and the French New Wave, highlighting the disconnect between the past and the present as well as the complex shift in attitudes about love. The film underscores the current generation's deficit of attention and shows the complex emotions that can arise out of divided love, all in one single shot.
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