“Tsume-Go” is a short psychological thriller. Apart from one exterior shot, the film was entirely shot in the BH24 Productions Studio Complex in Christchurch, UK.
After issues on the first day of shooting, it was shot in its entirety within only three days. Due to the initial problems and the resulting time pressure, director Maxim Kuprianov decided to drop parts of the script in favour of the most important scenes and shots.
A sophisticated split-screen sequence, which was supposed to become the centrepiece of the film, was one of many elements that fell victim to these unfortunate circumstances.
Consequently the post production process became more challenging then expected. Our task was to turn an experimental and mind-twisting script into an entertaining and comprehensible piece of work. An advanced sound design and several changes in the films’ structure were our approaches to strive against the missing pieces of the film.
This resulted in the film being “rescued” (after all, almost 1/3 of the script hasn’t been shot), while it still remains a disappointment, given the plans we had during pre-production.
“Tsume-Go” was showcased at the short film corner of Cannes International Film Festival in 2012.
It is currently not publicly available to watch online. For more information visit Tsume-Go on Facebook.
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