Parix is depicted teenage procrastination. Whatever direction you move it hurts. And you ask yourself: Why am I here fucking up my life so crucially? Why can’t I do what’s best for me? Your mind is floating, but you’re caught and afraid of going anywhere. When you have a gigantic load upon your shoulders, the easiest thing is to just stand still. The stillness makes you drift. And, sometimes the stream guides you in the right direction.
When Saints Go Machine, "Parix"
Director(s): Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen
Producer(s): Thor Brammer Jacobsen
Cinematographer: Brian Curt Petersen
Editor(s): Carla Luffe
Production Designer: Simon Iversen
Music: When Saints Go Machine
Additional Credits: Line Producer: Cathrine Bjørn
Principal Cast: Elliot Hove, Louise Brorsen
Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen hails from Copenhagen, Denmark. Daniel works passionately with youth/teen storytelling, in his short films and music videos. He is currently studying at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, graduating in the summer of 2013.