The Canadian creativeLubomir Arsov unveiled a few days ago a striking short film with a duration of 12 minutes christened IN-SHADOW. Before even addressing its theme, here is the quote that accompanies the video:"No tree can grow to heaven without its roots reaching hell". This quote borrowed from the Swiss psychiatristCarl Gustav Jung already place the subject of the short film which does not announce the most joyful.
In truth,Lubomir Arsov wants to alert us to the fate of our society. And to reach its goal, this designer and history storyteller has devised a "Modern Odyssey" dark and mystical which presents all the drifts of our society ... undisguised critic obvious to the excesses of the capitalist world.
Obviously, you will not have any trouble recognizing the subjects denounced in this clip. The money, the power, the sex, the drugs, the war, etc ... which are themes that come back often in this kind of exercises, as we showed you a few days ago with the disturbing illustrations ofGunduz Aghayev.
But beyond the message, we must obviously salute the graphic and musical performance that creates a truly surprising universe. Note that the entire film was written, produced and produced byLubomir Arsov who also supervised the art direction with the help ofSheldon Lisoy andHiram Gifford. We have obviously known more joyous subjects, but we must admit that it is always pleasant to discover creations as qualitative.
For more information, visit the film's websiteinshadow.net.
Imagined by:Lubomir Arsov