Critically acclaimed Arts and Culture Magazine Wonderland have reviewed Piano Factory Film’s latest short film ‘I Had a King.’ Wonderland Magazine is an international, international, independently published magazine that offers a unique perspective on the new and established talent across all popular culture: fashion, film, music and art.
“the stunning film touches upon a lot of emotions and the former couple unpack their a painful humiliation with a shocking surprise revelation. We caught up with the cast and crew of the film talking through challenges faced in filming, the early days of production and how COVID-19 has affected the film industry.” - Wonderland Magazine on ‘I Had a King.’
‘I Had a King’ is a drama set in 1971 chronicling the story of a young folk singer who is visited by a former partner, years after a painful separation. ‘I Had a King’ is the latest drama from filmmaking duo and Piano Factory Film’s Co-Founder’s Clemente Lohr and Toby Elwes, which explores a variety of pertinent themes, including nostalgia, repressed memories, toxic masculinity and the pervasiveness of buried trauma.