The opening shot throws you immediately into an overcast outland, with heavy grain from the outset. The viewer follows three young men, silent and disturbed, as they stumble through abandoned castle ruins and farmland, until nightfall.
With a sudden change to quick shots and high exposures, the spot begins to feel almost animalistic, with nightmarish vibes, leaving the viewer slightly on edge.
Mill Colourist Jim Bracher explains, "With 16mm the end result is always going to be stylised, but with this we went hyper-stylised. Emmanuel Adjei had a clear idea in his mind of what he wanted to achieve, but our means of getting there were nonetheless very experimental which made for a highly enjoyable and uncommonly liberating grading experience.”