A tribute to the human kind: a new cinematic human experience
DEEP LOOK (75 min.) is an accessible, non-narrative art film by the film artist Veysi. The film consists of a series of slow-motion penetrating portraits that you can view as visual songs, from Veysi’s 94-year-old grandmother in the Turkish-Kurdish region to a Uruguayan architect of luxury villas.
DEEP LOOK is an experience film and takes the audience on a journey. A journey of inner peace and empathy. It offers a wide range of experiences – it starts emotionally, but towards the end it increasingly has a relaxing, almost meditative effect. Although the images are super slow motion, the time flies for many viewers due to the hypnotic effect of the images.
The journey of DEEP LOOK is experienced differently by every viewer. Veysi noted that Dutch visitors with a foreign background viewed the film as a plea for inclusivity and compassion. While visitors with Dutch background speak more about taking time and looking at the human in a different way. These visitors had one thing in common: they were very positive. One of the best reactions was from a European champion ex-kickbokser: “I see it.”
Watch the trailer DEEP LOOK here
Comments of the visitors here
Visual Song from DEEP LOOK here
Amsterdam, Het Ketelhuis: May 7, 13, 20 and 27
Rotterdam, Kino: May 6, 13, 20, 27
Den Haag, Nutshuis, May 6, 13, 20 and 27
Utrecht, ‘t Hoogt: May 6, 14, 21 and 27
Eindhoven, Natlab: May 6, 13, 20 and 2