I would like to take advantage of the day dedicated to water to encourage people to recycle rather than throw away things that may still be usable. The common purpose is to invite people to conserve water and recycle things that are no longer usable, instead of feeding a world of waste.
Under the sky of Amsterdam, a green and lush setting near a water canal frames the shooting. The protagonist is a determined and confident girl who with her dark skin rips open the green (which symbolizes the future) around her, making recycling her “dress code”: bags and other plastic objects become innovative garments and accessories that well they adapt smoothly to the body.
Nothing in this way is thrown away and left to chance but everything takes on new life and shape.
Purple and yellow are two other colors that predominate in the scenes which, although they belong to two different shades, the resulting contrast is strong and tangible, like the courage and willpower necessary to choose the path of sustainability.
Nothing in this way is thrown away and left to chance but everything takes new life and shape. The theme of water is present in every shot, not only for the presence of water in the background: the transparency of the plastic clothes and accessories recalls that of the surface of the water if it is uncontaminated.
Water is a fascinating mirror in which to immerse and look at yourself.
The sound that is breathed in each shot is composed of the sound of the wind in the trees, the hanging hair and clothes and that of the inexorably flowing water at an irregular but constant rhythm. Only by choosing this path can the clarity and abundance of water be preserved.
Only by recycling will it be possible to preserve the world that has been given to us for future generations.
Recycling is fun, a sea full of waste is not. Follow the sound and dance this new green dance.
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