“Before being a short film, How Can I Love by Anne-Marie Miéville is cinema – and a personal kind of cinema at that. It goes straight to the essence, without frills, and (something quite rare for a first fiction film) without any self-protection.
“Is it for singing always the same song that the nightingale is so admired?”
Robert Bresson, Notes on the Cinematographer1
“I made the film because it seemed that people now were either completely cynical about the effectiveness of any kind of political process, or burned out and caught without any kind of language.