Sentir, No Decir (Feel, Not To Say, in English) is a short film about the conversation between two old friends. The director and the actress are both busy, so they only have time for a quick, friendly chat between takes. More interesting than the conversation itself are the words seemingly left unsaid. The lady puts it well when she notes that there are times when you’re saying volumes, but not saying anything at all.
The vibe you get from this film is something like frustration, hesitation, and, perhaps, longing. They don’t say anything in particular about each other, but you can tell by their questions and answers that there’s a mutual interest these two have yet to discuss. Is it a friendzone scenario? Only time will tell, I suppose.
(This is available in HD, both with English subtitles and without any at all. This other film is about a guy who has so much say to his friend, but doesn’t say anything at all. This film is about meeting the ex and having a conversation where they don’t say anything, too. Well, until the very last minute.)
Directed by Rubén Arnaiz