Charles Bukowski's Nirvana
Charles Bukowski's Nirvana revolves around a young man traveling to an undetermined destination, questioning his purpose in the world. Along the young man's aimless journey, he encounters a moment in time at a charming diner. In just that moment something is awakened inside of him, but even with a sense of purpose, sadness follows. "Nirvana" is a melancholy postcard from memories long past.
What we hope we captured, by developing his poem into a short film, is the essence of those feelings of longing and nostalgia. The kind of memories that hurt your heart a little.