About the project
It has a colour scheme of subtle yellows and dark oranges which at once represents the stranger’s blossoming intrigue for each other and also quietly highlights almost every feature of their faces as the colours are used to highlight the more positive emotions.
Think of Me is beautifully shot, capturing the isolation of the forest where young Ben spends most of his time; we can feel the overwhelming loneliness of his situation.
We are thrust in to a world of delicate and personal memories, of Ben and his sister enjoying their time in the forest and as an audience we feel his connection to the location, thus it becomes not a place of loneliness but the centre of their intimate connection. Think of Me gives the audience a jarring insight into not just death, but the grief that comes along with it for the loved ones after and it is something that many people can relate to.