Noise

Technology has beamed the anxiety of these uncertain times into our most intimate spaces. We’ve all felt the same tight-chest monotony.

The constant murmur of instruction and destruction has buzzed at us for too long, as the sound of doomsday news stories and home work-out influencers have become the ambience of isolation.

It’s this collective mood that Julian Lucas acknowledges in his latest short film, willing the viewer to transcend the technological chains and revert to our most tribal of human rituals – to frock up and dance like no one is watching.

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