The short film titled “30” is a human story that people from every corner of the world, who went through war and its consequences, can identify with. The story is about loss, refugees, missing persons and the dramatic experience of those who lived through the tragic events of the Turkish invasion in Cyprus, in 1974. The narrative approach of the story is represented by the mother’s silence, a silence emerging from the depth of her soul. A silence that bleeds while fate has its own determining role in life. A silence that will convert into waiting and hope until the very end.
The shots focus on the faces of the characters, reflecting their human dimension while penetrating their souls, car- rying questions that rise from the circumstances of what they are going through.