Bartho Braat and Britt Scholte in 360 degrees-thriller
GTST-star Bartho Braat and Britt Scholte and actor Niek Roozen play the lead roles in the new ‘360-degree movie’ Revenge.
Revenge tells the story of a group of students spend a weekend at the beach. They end up in a duinhotel that is run by an eccentric man (Bartho Braat) and his traumatized son (Niek Roozen).
The thriller, 14 July premiere, makes use of so-called 360 degree technology, providing the viewer the opportunity to decide in which direction he or she looks while the events are taking place. This experience for every viewer, therefore, a whole other movie. Revenge is rotated using a Sphere Optics 360-lens. These are, according to the creators, but four in the world.
“This story you can also the old-fashioned way to tell, only the 360 ° effect with something extra,” says director Raymond Grimbergen. “You can be looking around you and see things, that others do not see. Because of this you can also other things to know about the story.”
According to co-director Melcher Hillmann discover viewers on the basis of various hints to what happens outside the field of view occurs. “There are still all kinds of verhaallijntjes by interwoven. The viewer is signaled by means of, for example, sound. You hear all of a sudden something behind you or the actors lead you to a certain direction.”
Vengeance will experience the premiere in VondelCS in Amsterdam and then in four parts, find on Facebook. The film is a production of Tuvalu Media, AVROTROS and the Mediacollege Amsterdam.