Luke Bather - 24th Apr 2017

Benn Veasey examines the predetermined life in this dystopian clip for Ivy Nations.

What happens when blocking the scene becomes the visible narrative hook? Well, you go all-in on a narrative around it, of course. With his footsteps laid out before him, we watch a worker in a jumpsuit deliver parcels all day - a place for everything and everything in its place. Struggling with the idea of free will and identity - our hero manages to break free from his confines, if only for a small, quiet rebellion.


DirectorBenn Veasey
ProducerRufus Pinkerton
Production CompanyBlacktooth Films
Lead actorOliver Hayes
LabelCwb Management

Luke Bather - 24th Apr 2017

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