The Hangman at Home
VR Project and Short Film
“What does the hangman think about when he goes home at night from work?”
One room, different times, different people – and five different stories where humans in the midst of their intimate deeds, are exposed and share this moment… with you.
“The Hangman at Home” is a visual poem in cinematic and interactive form. A portrait suggesting that we, as human beings are far more alike than different, leading us to question our own responsibility and responsiveness.
Inspired by Carl Sandburg’s poem of the same name, we explore themes surrounding acknowledgment, spectatorship and cross aesthetics.
DIRECTOR: Michelle and Uri Kranot
Lana Tankosa Nikolic (Late Love Prouction, DK)
Marc Bertrand (NFB, CA)
Emmanuel-Alain Raynal and Pierre Baussaron (Miyu Productions, FR)
Katayoun Dibamehr and Avi Amar (Floréal Films, FR)
STATUS: In production
GENRE: VR project and short film
LENGHT: 25 min and 14 min
TECHNIQUE: 2D and 3D
COUNTRY: Denmark, Canada and France
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE: English