❉ Perpetual Doom’s short film released today on Amazon’s Prime video service.
Champagne and Childhood Hunger, a short film by Perpetual Doom based on three songs from Eric Terino’s Champagne and Childhood Hunger LP, is released today (Friday 27 September) on Amazon Prime Video.
Directed by Louis Crisitello Jr. and written by Eric Terino, Champagne and Childhood Hunger is a reflection of the themes of loss, loneliness, and the sometimes unseemly matters of the heart encompassed in Eric Terino’s LP of the same name.
“It’s a film about how we have to bear the burden of our choices and what could happen if we choose to sever our ties with the past completely.” Terino recently told We Are Cult.
The trio of The Saturnine Song, It’s Not For Me Anymore and Ghosts narrate the story of a man lost in the woods searching for a way to come to terms with where his life has lead him.
The film is driven by the forest’s beautiful natural landscapes and spins a cryptic tale featuring wolves, a very corpse-like parcel, and a number of supernatural happenings that are perhaps best left to be interpreted by the viewer at their own discretion. Terino explained, “We shot it on Halloween, which I think helped us bring some of the more ritualistic elements to life, you know, since the veil is so thin on that day.”
❉ “Champagne and Childhood Hunger” Directed by Louis Crisitello Jr. Assistant Directed by Rosie Parsons. Edited by John R. Nobbs. Written by Eric Terino. Click here to stream online from Amazon Prime Video.
❉ Eric Terino’s “Champagne and Childhood Hunger” album (1365 First Studios) is available on iTunes and all streaming platforms: Click here.
❉ News source: Eric Terino.
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