The visual language in film is relatively abstract and conceptual for the audience. I wanted to implant static moments in the film in the minds of the audience before they watch the film. It is a more generalized and figurative visual language. For my proposal, I communicate the broken, random visual elements of the film as a static trailer to the audience before the film is shown.
My reading space is set at paramount drive in cinema, a very well known drive-in theater in Los Angeles. It holds special memories for many people over the years. In this way, the cinema creates a strong correlation with the story of memories told in the film.

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