A very abstract look into the lives of others, where what we see is often a reflection of what we want. This was shot over a six-hour period one afternoon/evening in London.
Very special thanks to Sarah Macdonnell, Richard Keep, Neil Newbon, Genevieve Capovilla, Sergio Delgado, and Jen Lafleur. This project could not have been done without the generosity of Giles Forman and Miguel Bardem.
Directed by Michael Sugrue
Sarah Macdonnell, Richard Keep, Neil Newbon, Genevieve Capovilla
DoP Sergio Delgado
1st AC John Bretherton
2nd AC Henry Keep
From inside the Weiner tornado the whole world looks absurd. People who hate you hate you for typing a few lame, creepy things into your laptop. People who admire you probably shouldn’t. Everyone is a menace, a fool or a jackass, like a mosquito. You’ve got ten-thousand mosquitoes swirling around you, and you loathe all of them, and you need them, and they think you’re a pervert, but you might be good for New York because of your ideas book, which isn’t bad.
Produced by Peter Savodnik
Reported by Alex Bolton
Directed & Edited by Ed Perkins