Mind The Gap portrays people’s relation to pace by using a public space: Brighton train station. Train stations are places whose atmosphere is shaped by human activity. It flawlessly documents society’s obsession and domination of the linear concept of time and aims to be critical of the speed and pace of people. A typical routine day within the station emphasizes the conflict between the staff members and travellers coming and leaving work.
This documentary is aimed at a broad audience. Our intention is to raise questions about the way we travel and the reasons we do so. Most people are able to relate to the domination of time and speed in public places. Hopefully, viewers of this work will feel concern for the issue raised and change their attitude towards their surroundings and other people while travelling.
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