“In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni.”

Film and animation by Roberto Biadi. Sound by Enrico Ascoli; animation support by Daniele Laplaca.

Says the filmmaker:

Wanted to let people not just see a story, but feel the emotion and the chaos of war; wanted to tell how we don’t live in a loop, but sometimes things keep happening the same while they’re running to the future. And, in these times where no one read an entire article or sees an entire movie, I wanted to put too much in every single frame so that it’s impossible to understand every single part in just one viewing, forcing people to watch several times to see everything, like we probably should do in real everyday life.

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