Second Origin sees the light of day

Second Origin sees the light of day After months of intense work, Second Origin is about to be released. During the postproduction phase, there were "screenings" with a young, English-speaking audience. Here's some of the feedback we got after watching the film.

“For me, the film manages to do something all good films should: to make you think. The contrast between post-apocalyptic chaos and true love prolongs hope in the future of human race. All in all, it's a film with a very interesting concept.”
Ella Kirby BA, Film and TV at London College of Communication.
“What I liked the most about the film was the subject of nature vs mankind. It's a surprising vision of what it means to live and discover oneself. I would doubtlessly recommend to my friends.”
Ava Cheraghi, BA Film & TV London College of Communication.
“Besides, the Catalonia-based mise en scène is spectacular. You can see the rough countryside and the warmth it oozes. Everything looked so beautiful that the destruction is even more visceral and powerful.”
Ava Cheraghi, BA Film & TV London College of Communication.
“Hours after I left the cinema, I still had Second Origin in mind. The film's imaginary -the photography direction and art direction are great- and the story wouldn't leave my head.”
Siân Troote, BA English & Drama.

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Alba & Dídac


Alba


Little Dídac and Alba


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