An actress decides to take over the entire cinematographic process and transform the usual sensations of a movie theater into a living experience, actively interfering with time, sound and space. In the digital period of cinema, in which the control over the creative process is almost absolute, and after interpreting Hamlet’s “To be or not to Be”, the actress decides to break the limits of the filmic experience and transform the spatiality, bringing the filmed material closer to the present moment. Interacting with the audiovisual gear, it exposes all the fragility and physiology of the cinematographic system. Cinema no longer moves only within the limits of the conventional screen. The story will not only be present in the image projected in front of the eyes, but behind them; or out of frame.
Directed by Chris MN (Brazil)