In times of crisis and major scams, frustration and discontent feelings are widespread among the population and the defensive violence of the system seems more unfair than ever. And yet, it is difficult to think that a
police riot, which exercises a "legal" violence, is aware of the negative charge of his social role.
But what if he found himself face to face with the victim of his violence in another context, far from the chaos of the demonstration, outside the battlefield?
Would he keep his convictions or the meeting would undermine his schemes?
This is the starting point of The One-Eyed King: a black comedy which aims to demonstrate the perplexity in front of our complex social reality.
Designer focused in motion graphics and interaction design, for film and music.