|Directed by||Ulisse Lendaro|
|Produced by||Jitendra Mishra |
|Story by||Ulisse Lendaro|
|Music by||Nicola Tescari|
|Edited by||Alessandra Carchedi A.M.C.|
Louis Lender Production, Cinema4good
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Human Oak (stylized Human OAK) is an Italian-Indian short film co-produced entirely during Covid-19 lockdown. Directed by Ulisse Lendaro, the film is inspired by the famous poem Ode to the West Wind, written by Percy Bysshe Shelley.   
The story of a child who, in the time of a sunset, becomes a girl, forced to quickly leave behind the life she had, before everything changed, the memory of her mother with whom she used to play and their poems that now sound like an omen. In an abstract, melancholic present, drenched in nature, this little girl continues her journey until she reaches a large oak tree. There, among books hung to mature, she meets another child, a little boy. Maybe they already knew each other. Among visions of a recent past, memories and nature, life is renewed for all humanity.
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- Ginevra Lendaro
- Leonardo Lendaro
This film is shot in Vicenza, Italy
- Special preview:10th Festival Della Diplomazia, Rome, Italy on 23 October 2020. 
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