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Triptych | Short three-act film by Sergey Maslov, a nominee on Motion Design Awards Triptych | Short three-act film by Sergey Maslov, a nominee on Motion Design Awards

Triptych | Short three-act film

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Sergey Maslov
Moscow, Russia, RU
Video of the day nominee
concept: 7.77design: 7.91motion: 7.81sound: 7.70How the score is calculated
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About this video

‘Triptych’ is a non-commercial short three-act film that reflects my attempt to visualize the laws and theories of astrophysics in an artistic way. Act one — The Red Shift phenomenon when an object crosses the Event Horizon of the Black Hole. Act two —The real hypothesis of the multiverse, which was shown in a metaphorical surrealistic look, based on magnificent oil paintings of such painters as Rene Magritte, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and Escher. Act three — The CPT symmetry, as the main theory that we can meet ourselves if we go back in time to the point of the Big Bang. Also, a few thoughts about modern art are included in the narration. Here you can find a more detailed explanation of the short film's visual narration (Eng Sub) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXKe0aHJGbs

About Sergey Maslov

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Credits

Director/Creator: Smaslom

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