Francis Ford Coppola’s masterpiece The Conversation revolves around a surveillance expert (Gene Hackman, as Harry Caul) and the moral dilemma he faces when his recordings reveal a potential murder.
This is my tribute to a film that I consider one of Coppola’s finest and combines powerful concepts such as murder, religion, privacy, surveillance and morality in a perfectly crafted piece. I took many licenses when depicting the period technology and elements used in the film, as my goal was to establish a contemporary point of view on a true classic, perhaps also working as a title sequence for an imaginary remake.
Direction, design and animation: F. Lazzari
Additional modelling: Raphael Rau
Additional shading: Sebastian Livingston
Sound design: Zelig sound
Music (original soundtrack): David Shire
Thanks: Kook Ewo, Anrick Bregman, Philippe Stalla, Mariana Osgood
The Conversation on IMDB