“Can you tell me something about the night?”, a young boy asked his father.
“Only those that move in its shadow can speak of it”, the father responded.
“But there are no shadows of the night, father. There can’t be, because there is no light”, the boy pushed on.
“What do you think son, would it be possible to catch your own shadow?”
“No, it’s always there, but you can never really catch it”
“The same thing happens with the night. It is more of a shadow of ourselves than of the day. Some spend their lifetimes chasing it and never catching it; this is the call of the night.”
Give yourself a cinematic journey through the “call of the dark” with Konstantinos Stagkikas and Romanos Argyropoulos Ioannou’s short masterpiece “Sodium Nights”. Explore Athens’ nocturnal tribes like never before.
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