Review: ABADDON

Rogerio Silva has featured on OTE in the past with his stunning short Edifice and he returns with the haunting film “ABADDON”. Performed by Harriet Waghorn and Troy Savic, the torturous waltz sees them trasitioning between whispery ghosts and flesh forms against the soundscape of Alaskan Tapes. Director Rogerio Silva describe the piece in his own words.

“A poem of love and destruction.

Inspired by relationships that test boundaries and go beyond the acceptable; relationships that reduce, erode and abuse until the spirit is consumed. Abaddon is a place of suffering and purification.”

Silva also shares the VFX breakdown

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