I spent a month in Seoul and saw a city racing to the future. Here's the film I made with the help of the great people I met along the way. Director's commentary: youtu.be/S9kLihqA7jA
Original Music by Steven Richard Davis srdmusic.com/
Additional Music by Artlist https://goo.gl/mYs1Ve
Drone Footage Provided By:
Kris Gonciarz - tofu.media
Pavel Shin facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002236999448
What they believe by shoko hara
"The events portrayed in this movie are a collage of actual occurrences. Anecdotes of ambiguous love and hope. They assemble a world, where evangelical fanaticism has become an everyday insanity.
Glad tidings about a device that will turn a life around for good – Three treasure hunters follow the cross – A father and a son share the secrets of everlasting joy – On the other hand, a crippled child can only find serenity inside his model railway. A miracle healer shall finally bring him salvation...
Little by little, odd human beings and an odd world will be made manifest. Always with them is a laughing kookaburra, suggesting what may be the only solution to this madness: Laughing lightheartedly.
The events portrayed in this movie are a collage of actual occurrences. These anecdotes of ambiguous love and hope have been collected in preoccupation with evangelical Christians."
directed and idea by: shoko hara
written by: simon thummet
produced by: michaela edl
animated by: sofiia melnyk, shoko hara
edited by: svenja baumgärtner
concept art: shoko hara, paul brenner
composer and music mixer: marius kirsten
sound design and mixer: marc fragstein, luis schoeffend
foley artist and editor: luis schoeffend
foley recordists: marc fragstein, volker armbruster
You Grew Up by Oddisee
A music video Eugene and LouisePlus made for the song
"You Grew Up", by Oddisee.
From the album "The Iceberg".
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