The Eros Trilogy is an anthology film consisting of three segments – The Girls Were Doing Nothing, Petrified Wood and Surfaces (working titles). The three parts are stand-alone short films, each 20-35 minutes long, which were conceived as a single story, sharing the same underlining themes and style. As it’s title suggests, the trilogy explores the subjects of love, relationship and sex. All three segments are written and directed by Dekel Berenson.
Production of the Girls Were Doing Nothing – commenced in May 2016 with principle photography wrapping in July. It is due to hit the festival circuit in spring 2017.
Production of the second part commenced in January 2017, aiming to complete the project by September 2017 so Berenson could fully concentrate on his first feature project, Borderlines.