Sacha Barbin follows up the recent video for Tshegue with a powerful allegorical tale for Miracle, the first release from Labrinth's new album.
Isaac Delusion 'The Sinner' by Sacha Barbin
Director Sacha Barbin draws inspiration from the Russian Orthodox Church in this incredibly shot study of faith and morals for Isaac Delusion.
Following a priest from his church and through an urban landscape into the icy wastes, we witness a man's religious epiphany and a painful adult baptism. Stunning cinematography by Mathieu Plainfossé, fresh from a nomination at the Berlin MVAs, and fantastic, contrasting production design between the grand churches and minimal outdoor ice chapel create a rich tapestry of religious symbolism.
|Director of Photography||Mathieu Plainfosse|
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