SFotD: ‘blind’ is a Beautiful Gas-Masked New Normal

By  · Published on October 4th, 2012

Why Watch? Set in a post-nuclear future Japan, blind tells the story of one man’s commute to work that becomes an incredible journey. Its imagery is both intimate and universal, using the jarring icon of the gas mask and the beauty of the life of the city to make something evocative and experimental.

What will it cost you? Only 4 minutes.

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