A man exits a building and immediately realizes that he doesn’t have his keys. Locked out, he wanders the empty streets alone, noticing everything that had been drowned out by the hustle and bustle of the city by day. An apocalyptic film with no apocalypse, a dystopic vision of man’s physical imprint on space, an architecture film as seen from a night on earth, Sekuler’s character aches for attention and longs to be alone.
Appears in: 40th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival
Genres: Drama, Northwest Filmmaker
Other Films by Adam Sekuler
On its surface, Work In Progress is a film that looks at labor: paid and unpaid, material and immaterial, examining the convergence between the worker and the consumer. But it’s also an examination of production. It’s just about labor now, but labor over the course of the filmmaker’s lifetime. With no two screenings the same, …
Present day communication and sharing are examined as ways of connectivity during times of heartache and pain.