The blurb: [ UNUM ] (latin for “one”) discovers the singularity of life. Beginning with a carnal prologue between man and woman, the figurative journey continues with a lone huntsman at a cave. Accompanied by his loyal dog the huntsman delivers delicate honey to a shady merchant – as a single drop of the sweet nectar releases the furies of fate.
This experimental film starts out very explicitly but gets kinda weird after that. There’s no obvious narrative but the film is nonetheless visually spectacular. It’s shot in a vertical format which normally is annoying when people film like that with their iPhones. Here, though, the filmmakers have deliberately chosen imagery that suits the framing and it’s all rather beautiful.
Director: David Gesslbauer & Michi Lange