Filmmaker Sophie Dupuis follows the crew of the frigate HMCS Ottawa on a mission in the Pacific Ocean. One crew member jogs around the deck; other sailors are forced to lean to one side as they walk down a narrow corridor. An incoming helicopter lands on deck.
Red tracers streak across the ocean as crew members fire assault rifles at an object floating in the waves. The crew sits down for a meal. Seamen toss a football in a large hangar.
Credits: Quiet Forces
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Filmmaker Sophie Dupuis documents the daily lives of sailors aboard the frigate HMCS Ottawa on a mission in the Pacific Ocean, somewhere in the waters between the coasts of British Columbia and California. Composed of a series of contrasting scenes, this non-narrative short film immerses us in a maelstrom of sound and images, revealing the unique facets of a widely unknown world.
Length: 16 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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