The runners

12 minutes

Runners drop their guards and confess their deepest anxieties and greatest hopes

Pounding the tarmac through the seasons, a band of runners is challenged with intimate questions. Before long, the runners drop their guards and confess to their deepest anxieties and greatest hopes. These candid confessions give the viewer a rare glimpse into the luminous lives that lie behind the street’s anonymous bustle.

Director: Matan Rochlitz, Ivo Gormley

Producer: Matan Rochlitz, Ivo Gormley

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