Contributors

Jake Carmichael (Pianist, Composer); Mat Caithness (Pre-production supervisor); Mark Sheard (Production and Post-production supervisor); Phil Wilkinson (Technical Advisor).

Submission Date

21-12-2015

Resource Type

Collection (a group of items)

File Format

Zip

File Size and Duration

6.87GB; 2:25 min

Abstract

“To the End of the Abyss” is a 3D animated film, which follows a teenage boy seeking to escape his problems. In a white void, the colourless boy stands at an edge. He gazes down and drops into the abyss. He continues to fall, closes his eyes and it goes dark. A train races between city buildings. Inside the train, the boy glances around at all the monotonous people staring at their phones, then proceeds to stare out the train window. In a school classroom, groups of teenagers are conversing enjoyably and the boy is sitting by himself. At home, his parents argue during dinner. Looking down in despair, the last of his colour fades and he abruptly leaves, retreating to his room. In his room, the boy stares at the bright desktop monitor and is engulfed in white as he approaches it. In a white void, the boy stands at an edge. He gazes down, plummets into the abyss and smiles mid-fall, as his colour returns to him.

Audience

Mature (M) - moderate impact language/themes, includes violence/nudity, not restricted to 15+

Language

English

Recommended Citation

Williams. T., & Breedon, A. (2015). To The End Of The Abyss [Bachelor's Major Project, SAE Institute]. Creo.

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