Directed by: Joachim Hedén,
Romance / Drama, 88min
Distributed by: Pan Vision AB
Sidney [Chris Stewart] has sent his ex-girlfriend Coreen [Katrina Nelson] an airplane ticket and an invitation to meet him at the top of the Empire state building in three days to see if there is any way they can get back together again after their year apart. As he counts every day, hour, minutes and seconds left until the date deadline, he wonders around
New York Waiting is a rather decent and sweet movie and although I’m not big fan of romantic dramas I quite enjoyed it. The acting is OK, but I found it a bit irritating that the flashback sequences are in black and white. That was somewhat insulting, as we are accustomed to destructed linear story telling since way back; there was no need for to make the past story so obvious. Director Hedén manages to keep three tales going at once her,
Strangely only Dolby Digital 2.0. Swedish, Danish, Finnish and Norwegian subtitles are optional
A short behind the scenes / making of where the actors and director talk about the movie. Biographies and trailers for other Sonet Film movies.