We are strong believers in the purer and more fundamental aspects of cinematic storytelling. It is our philosophical cinematic stance that in film, much like life, the perception and experience of action, or lack there of, is much more interesting and affecting than what is said.
One of the major motifs in the films we have made is the struggle of balancing the conflicts we all face inside with those that we must face in the outside world. This predicament is one that, often times, manifests itself in circumstances where characters are often forced into psychological and/or physical isolation.
The idea being that when one cannot control his or her own internal chaos, the fear of not being able to control the chaos of the outside world is even more intense, and therefore forces he or she away from confronting it. But of course this retreat from the outside world cannot peacefully sustain itself forever.
– Thanks for stopping by and checking out our progress: Gregg, Brendan and Michael