Lost In A Sushi Moment


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The effect of sending the camera around a Tokyo sushi restaurant via the conveyor, coupled with the music on this video, is quite a beautiful thing.

Dennis Wheatley and Stefan McClean were sitting in a Tokyo sushi bar when they had an idea to make this impromptu film:

"We were sitting in this sushi bar pondering how best to set up a camera to film things all by itself whilst we were in Tokyo.

Take our hands out of the equation... let the camera have its own journey.

What we loved about watching this film back was the space that the
camera was able to enter.. extremely personal and scrutinising but not
too lingering."

The music is titled "Lost in a Moment" by Shrift.

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I've seen sushi-shop-conveyor-belt videos before and this has been the only one I liked.

The spot right around 1:41 or so where for a full second or two it was nothing but the back of the sushi chef literally gave me a shiver.
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Very Nice! There is a lovely contemplative quality to the video that the music only enhances. Interesting to see how certain people would look right at the camera, and others would avoid it.
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