Watch: ‘Waltz For One’ is a Lonely, Gorgeous Trip Into Orbit

By  · Published on June 19th, 2012

Waltz for One from INTELLECTUAL PROPAGANDA on Vimeo.

Why Watch? A shrill emergency buzzer is the last thing you want to hear while floating in orbit around the Earth inside a tin can. You’ll get to know that beeping bastard well in John Merizalde’s latest work.

The director, alongside his Intellectual Propaganda team have joined in the stunning tradition of Kubrick and Tarkovsky and Moon to craft a disturbing, absolutely gorgeous film about the solitude of space. It was co-written by Takashi Doscher, who should be familiar if you read this column regularly. It’s more proof that he (and that particular production house) are talents to keep a very close eye on.

Check out more of his work here.

What will it cost? Only 10 minutes.

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