Wed, 27 May 2020 16:14:24 GMT
Truant London have created a thought-provoking film called Second Chances to make people think twice about falling back into the old pre-Covid normal once quarantine lifts.
Being voiced in the style of Deep South preacher giving a powerful sermon, it questions what was normal about the way we lived pre-lockdown. Touching on the world’s environmentally damaging commuting and consumption habits, alongside societal corruption and cruelty, the film offers a hopeful vision of the future for both humanity and the planet.
The narrative is designed to make viewers question why they chose to live the way they did before the pandemic, nudging people into better understanding what they can do differently to make sure the world doesn’t regress back into its old ways.
Second Chances was written and directed by Truant creative team, Charlie Lindsay and George Bartlett, who were behind the D&AD-winning Remembrance Day Centenary initiative, Texts from the Trenches.
Film Name: Second Chances
Agency: Truant London
Creatives / Writers: Charlie Lindsay & George Bartlett
Directors: Charlie Lindsay & George Bartlett
Executive Creatives Directors: Simon Labbett, David Gamble
Agency Producer: Georgina Shipp
Editor: Richard Hutchison @ MDRN Love
Sound Design: Richard Hutchison @ MDRN Love
Genres: Storytelling, DialogueTruant London, Wed, 27 May 2020 16:14:24 GMT