-6.831 miles’ tells a story of a man called Z. He has a special habit; he can’t fall asleep in his bed. The only places that make him feel calm and able to sleep are tiny spaces, like the bath tub, the wardrobe, or under the bed.
This film talks about the relationship between physical space and human emotion. Everyone in the world is suffering, or has suffered, depression at least once in their lifetime. I try to visualise the invisible feelings of depression, while at the same time, making it audible. Half of the story in ‘-6.831 miles’ is told through sound, which will create a more immersive experience for the audience.