Talkboy 'Wasting Time' by Jolyon White
This Black Mirror-esque story for Leeds rock band Talkboy sees an unhappy dysfunctional couple trying to salvage their relationship with a new type of treatment: VR therapy.
In Jolyon White's video for Wasting Time, the couple immediately begin to fall back in love with each other once they have entered their virtual worlds - which are never revealed to the viewer. Then, the woman is faced with a dilemma: should she continue living in the fake virtual world or return to the real one...
|Production Manager||Jj Bender|
|Director of Photography||Dom Soar|
|Grading company||Times Based Arts|
|Post production company||Agile Films|
|VFX||Jae Ho Hwang|
|Label||Come Play With Me|
|Lead actor||Millie Malir|
|Lead actor||Daniel Clark|
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