Flat Land

A man lives with the naivity of a dreamer in his own reality, a two-dimensional world.  By observing his environment, he becomes aware of the limitation of this reality. It is a reality without an liberal influence on the space in which he is operating.
The internal conflict with the dimension leads him to the decision to leave his familiar environment. He risks to enter a new level of objectivity. The three-dimensionality however  doesn’t give him the freedom he desired. It’s only one step in a further surreality.

Flat Land is a pixilation film. The stop-motion-animation was shot on four days. The studio was cobbled with stones and the actor in the horizontal Nico Delpy moved frame by frame on this ground of 25 qm.