Looking downright creepy, with the only movement visible as that of the wind, a few birds and the changing semaphores, this video by Menilmonde titled hypocentre, gives us a glimpse of what Paris devoid of human presence would look like.
Imagine an empty worrying Paris.
Imagine that human action is more harmful to our fragile planet.
First, "hypocentre" was a technical exercise for us. Then we decided to focus the film on the environmental side.
It's new for us, more specialists in the travel video, to try to do a short film.
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