TUNE Sultans Court - Running
Chasing after things and running away from them at the same time. If that’s a phenomenon at a time that affects almost everyone, it is today. Commit yourself, take responsibility, make decisions? At a time when you can just as easily find quick distractions on your smartphone or in the next intoxication? Why should we? And at the same time, it feels like someone hit the fast-forward button at some point and for some reason it's been stuck ever since. Everything is quick. Everything rushes past us, you stand in the middle and you have almost no choice but to watch yourself slow down. Your own perception and that of your surroundings are called into question. A high that doesn't end well. A story that slips away from the viewer. In a cinema atmosphere, the director creates a little psychological thriller, which is loosely based on "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and reflects the mood of the lyrics. What is it about? About how a lift can go wrong, what negative impact drugs have and how a series of escalations can become a story. The whole thing boils down to road trip aesthetics that get stuck in your throat. You catch yourself trying to escape from the scenario. Running.