The Revolt is created by Six N. Five, “Ordinary, everyday objects are the ones who rebel in a high-class house. Hidden, invisible, concealed, they disrupt the harmony of the calculated interior design. A true class revolution takes place, where the underdogs rise up against a so-called perfection.”
An empty, immaculate high-end residence. Every design object and piece of furniture occupies a specific, calculated space. The utility doesn’t seem to matter or take place, the form’s smoothness and perfection are everything.
Everything is calm, perfect, the light embraces the space and its beautiful design. But there are other objects that escape that standard, that is of a different kind. Objects that inhabit every house, purely functional or that simply clash with the aesthetic pretension of the environment. Used and left aside, hidden, concealed, disguised, made invisible, as if they were shameful.
These are the ones who break into the aseptic landscape and take it by storm. A blow is worthy of a class struggle, where a useful minority rebels against pretension and sets out to tear down its symbols.
Film Production: Six N. Five
Idea and Direction: Ezequiel Pini & Sebastian Baptista
Art Direction: Ezequiel Pini, Joan Garcia Pons
3D Design: Joan Garcia Pons, Ezequiel Pini, Joan Guasch, Secondary Bounce, Simon Kaëmpfer.
Visual storytelling: Sebastian Baptista
Animation & VFX: Nil Estany, Valery Polehenky, Sebastian Baptista &, João Lucas
Sound: Cypher featuring the music of Georgia
Editing: Lluis Murua
VR Experience: Secondary Bounce – Mauro Muñoz & Miguel Segovia
Selected furniture & Objects: Six N. Five Objects – Artur de Menezes & Ezequiel Pini
Press copy: Pedro Merlo
Special Thanks: Flor Clerico, Dai Ventrice, Paola Zanni, and the team.