A woman and two men. It’s nighttime.
They cut the chain off the gate at the entrance of the theatre, they set the scene with the few objects they have brought with them, among which a camera.
They have the task of “celebrating” a tragic ritual.
The tragedy is Antigone by Sophocles: the conflict between human and divine laws, the condition of women, the arrogance of power, the incapacity of reconciling one’s own reasons with the reasons of another, and mutual respect.
Director: Alessandro Vantini
Writer: Alessandro Vantini
Producer: Alessandro Vantini
Festival Status: Winner, Best Actor Feature Film.