References. Point of departure: Woody Allen’s classic ode to modern angst Manhattan. A timeless film of many distinctions: exquisite black and white cinematography, a witty, sharply crafted script and the elegantly understated, though deeply shaded performances. The expressive language, the idiosyncratic specificity, the frenetic energy captured in the city it pays homage to, the unforgettable ‘walk and talks.’ It’s a world that we love to get lost in, and wanted to translate to our own existence. We wanted to create a world and a language just as specific for the bohemian Brooklynites of In The Morning, one shaded with mood, yet still able to find it’s humor.
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