"Voyeur for a day", expresses being in the shoes of a voyeur, without any consequences
“Hórus” is an interactive experimental short film that aims to give the viewer a voyeuristic experience.
With the main objective of exploring a feeling that is transversal to almost everyone, but little talked about because it goes against moral values. The act of observing something forbidden or someone who doesn't know they are being seen.
"What holds someone to see something they shouldn't?" - It's one of the questions we answer when creating these interconnected stories.
With this film, we also want to give the viewer the opportunity to make their own choices and explore their taste in observation without any consequences.
By placing the spectator in a place of superiority, we intend to stimulate the pleasure of seeing something that would normally be forbidden. Through the various clues that exist in the different spaces and connections between the people who inhabit them, we will keep the spectator engaged and active, stimulating their attention to these details.
Our narrative wants above all to explore how captivating it is to watch someone who doesn't know they are being seen, approaching everyday topics in order to capture secrets of ordinary life.