Care(less)2

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Care(less)2

This experimental VR film uses feelings of anxiety, meditative metaphysical states, hallucinations and abstractions to open up a new perspective on social care for the elderly in the UK.

This immersive project examines the phenomenon of hallucinations and embodied viewing. It presents the existing relationship to current social and economic constructs for older people and social care in the UK and brings a new perspective on life and death. Using unconventional methods, it visualises hard-to-grasp existential feelings and thoughts. In addition to experimenting with the possibilities of the medium itself, the film also questions the cultural conventions and constructs according to which we live and their lack of cohesion. This philosophical and experimental work defines the topic in an abstract way, although presented in specific environments, such as a cathedral or the interior of a home, where we accompany a human soul towards the end of life.

About the film

Director: Keith Sargent, Lindsay Seers
UK
2020 | 16 min.

Language: English

Subtitles: Czech, English
In the case of outdoor and indoor screenings, the films are shown only with Czech subtitles.

Czech premiere

Director

Keith Sargent

Filmography
2020 - care(less)2

Keith Sargent

Lindsay Seers

Filmography
2020 - Care(less)2

Lindsay  Seers

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