A commentary on the social and humane issues surrounding the garment production process. Through the study of the hand movement of a garment worker, it seeks to highlight the loss of appreciation for the craft that produces the cheap, fast fashion we love. Using sound design as a narrative tool, the film draws comparisons of the labour of a garment worker to the machine to illustrate the widening gap between projected beauty of the craft and the reality of the garment factory.
Art Direction, Moving Images, Set Design
TO THE POWER OF
Louisiane Trotobas Co-Creator
Marie Chitu Co-Creator
Peikai Tan Sound Engineer