The Genius of the Crowd. Chippa Wilson .

In these troubled times nothing is more scary than the crowd. American poet Charles Bukowski wrote a famous poem about it called "the genius of the crowd" . Sebastien Zanella spent a day with Nixon pro surfer Chippa Wilson, to illustrate this poem, showing a dark soul standing against the elements, an allegory of the freedom to be versus the majority who want you to remain an average human whilst controlling your thoughts. Supported by Directed by Sebastien Zanella Additional Filming Shane Fletcher This short film is based on the article "L’eden et après", published in Desillusion Magazine 50, Volume 2 Available here: Music: 'Needle-Gun' by Ciccone Youth

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