Taking inspiration from old folk tales and Pre-Raphaelite imagery, Yordanov explores the theme of the supernatural powers that inhabit the wild forest. We are taken to a place where spirits (good and evil) are masked by duplicity, our senses obscured, and eyes deceived. We find an ethereal figure, angelic in her fragility, resembling the purity of a white pearl in the dark wilderness that is the woods. Yordanov depicts the hermetic transition from good into evil through a sequence of gyrating scenes that portray the girl as vulnerable, as she is devilish. She is the embodiment of the duplicitous nature of good and evil. This is a story about that ultra-fine line that separates reality from the super-natural, childhood from adulthood, innocence from the wicked (demonic). It is ultimately a story about challenging the very nature of good and evil and revealing the binary qualities that inevitably coexist in most, if not all of us.
Filmed and directed by Oggy Yordanov @ Yordanov Studio London © 2012
Edited by Basement Films
Styled by Natacha Costa
Model - Ramune @ First Model Management
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