Premiered via XLR8R, these two videos form a unique pair and speak directly to the subconscious

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I wrote a short poem about the concept behind the videos

Your love, your idea of self.
Your self love, the love that you give to another.
The love you keep buried inside.
The feeling that you should need to hide
Who you are or how you want to live.
How sad it is that we can’t be ourselves.
For fear of violence of judgement of acceptance.
How hard some have to fight,
Just to be who they were born to be, to live in their own skin,
to love who they are within.

Be who you are and be with who you want to be!

And if they don’t want you where your at, then come and join os over here. The water is the perfect temperature, the current is swift, and we don’t have time for these old boring sinking sculptures...

Psychedelic cuts hidden reverses typical boy girl colors question sex, question identity, self worth, self mangling systems.

Cinema ideas of what and now so here it is two videos to watch late at three am the morning stretching your mind out and following you into your sleep.

 

— Credits

Symphony at Dawn
Actress Lilli Kruth
Concept/Director/Cinematography Sony de Sousa and Michael Sieber
Editing/Cut Sony de Sousa

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Actor
Tom Gnehm
Concept/Director/Cinematography Sony de Sousa and Michael Sieber
Editing/Cut Sony de Sousa

 

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