"The man is dead now, the white sheet covering his face, the focal point of everyone’s attention, whether looking or looking away. You walk back through the square, dampened. People are milling now rather than standing, moving away from their focal point, quiet. You find out that he was twenty-five and that his friends thought he was fucking around. He was having a heart attack, a massive coronary. It’s three-thirty in the morning."
Venice is a film by DISSIMILAR and was shot on Kodachrome Super8, in the Veneto and in Croatia.
DISSIMILAR shoot exclusively on miniDV and Super8, using realtime raw footage to build suspense, harnessing the low-fi elements of these film formats to produce distinct and impressive free-budget films.