“Lemonades” is a documentary about an ordinary, everyday man whose love for the girl he loves and his belief in the power of love and hope is shattered by an illness and death that has left him a lonely and lonely person.
Andrew Loogy’s film “Lemme See You Again” premiered on Sunday and the film is the subject of a worldwide appeal.
Lemonadises a man, named Jack, who was a “man of few words” in his youth, who finds himself in a hospital after the death of his mother and his sister, and becomes a kind of superhero in a world that is becoming increasingly divided.
The film opens in the U.S. on Friday.
In Australia, it is expected to open in late January.
In Britain, the film has also been nominated for Best Documentary Short Film and Best Short Documentary Feature, the BBC has said.
A short documentary of Loogy, who is best known for his “Lionheart” (2009) and “The Piano Teacher” (2014), was the first short film to be nominated for an Oscar.
It has since won several Oscars including Best Animated Feature, Best Short Film, Best Animated Short, Best Cinematography and Best Sound Editing.