The concept in basic terms is to thrive over your fears, face them and overcome them, without having the obstacles or experience change you. To stand tall and as a winner in dark times we all face. It also invokes, resembles and exposes the dark side we all carry within to battle our obstacles. In the film’s introduction, we see a light being transcended and go beyond the range or limits of time represented by a clock, while it is set by a thunderstorm characterized as a difficult period or time.
John Katehis: Director
Angel Saft: Co-Director
Crystal View: Producer
James Papageorgiou (A Flow Mobz): Name of Band or Artist
John Salazar (A Flow Mobz): Name of Band or Artist
John Katehis: Writer
James Papageorgiou (A Flow Mobz): Writer
John Salazar (A Flow Mobz): Writer
John Katehis: Animation / Visual Effects
Film Type: Animation, Experimental, Feature, Music Video, Web / New Media, Other
Genres: Sci-fi, Thriller, Drama, Animation, Music
Runtime: 3 minutes 31 seconds
Completion Date: January 9, 2017
Country of Origin: Greece
Country of Filming: Greece
Film Language: English
Shooting Format: Digital
Film Color: Color
There are a lot of perspectives and interpretations to this story, it really depends on how one views it and their intentions or inner self-consciousness plays an important role, that is the story’s singularity and what makes it unique. It exercises one’s mind, and that is an essential aspect of me and my art, to make people think and question. To me personally, it’s about thrilling over your fears, of a dark journey into the unknown, and shedding light to darkness to reveal the truth or revealing one’s true colors.
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