DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT

I believe in love. True love, that takes your breath away and makes you leave everything behind. Unconditional love, when the only thing that matters is just his or her existence. When we do stupid things without even thinking, without regretting. But this love is rare. Extremely rare. It’s like a small diamond in a huge desert. All of us want to find that diamond. It’s in our nature. But sometimes, love can be tricky. It can be one-sided love, big passion can mislead us.

I as a director wanted to show a truly toxic relationship. When silence can be disastrous. I wanted this film to be realistic as possible and relatable for everyone. Sometimes we hide our doubts, instead of looking for a solution. Sometimes we treat our beloved ones with tuff love until they wanna run away.  This story is about complicated love, passion, adrenaline, and karma.

“P.S I Stole Your Car” is a short film, about toxic love. Two wild souls run away for their adventure of life. They determined to live on the road, they leave their home and loved ones. They go trough the country doing scams to get money for living. Peter truly loves Sean, and Sean seems to accept his love and show some back. Deep inside, Sean actually misses his family, his home. He starts to doubt about their relationships and one day everything changes.

“P.S I Stole Your Car” is a  homosexual love drama. Two strong personalities falling in love and leaving everything that they had behind. But how strong is their love? Running away with a person that you don’t know well is a true challenge for relationships.  Peter is older than Sean and he has a different mindset but the passion kept them together. Unfortunately, nothing in this world last forever. Sean is an impulsive personality and he takes decisions very spontaneously. They both have different values and goal is life.  The dissimilar point of view to life is the weakest part of these relationships. When Peter tells Sean about his past something changes between them. Maybe Sean can’t accept Peter as he is, maybe he wants to take KARMA’s work.

Sean is an impulsive personality and he takes decisions very spontaneously. They both have different values and goal is life.  The dissimilar point of view to life is the weakest part of these relationships. When Peter tells Sean about his past something changes between them. Maybe Sean can’t accept Peter as he is, maybe he wants to take KARMA’s work.

We should treat others they way we want to be treated. Every action has a reaction, every choice in life has consequences. Even the smallest one. If the person wants just a personal happiness, he’s being selfish. In this situation, Peter takes Sean away from his home, ignores his thoughts about hometown. He wants Sean because he makes HIM happy. He cares about his personal feelings more thank he cares about Sean happiness. He desperately tries to keep him close, without even knowing that actually, he’s pushing him away.

“P.S I Stole Your Car”  was filmed in a beautiful place of England, called Peak District. This place is famous for mountains, beautiful landscapes, and national park. It was a huge challenge for the crew to film on the peak, but it was absolutely worth it. The visual look of the film is fascinating, exactly what we were seeking for. Cinematographic shots and rhythmic music give a unique look for this love story.  I’m really happy with the final film, and everything is because of the amaizing crew.  I hope that audience will learn something from this movie, maybe even recognize themselves.

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