Created by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo as a graduation project from the Bezaleal academy of arts.
Starring Ori Golad and Deborah Aroshas.
Sight is a short film about a date taking place in the future – a future where augmented reality is as much a part of daily life as breathing and eating. Not only does computer technology govern home entertainment and idle leisure time (gaming, for example) but also activities such as cooking, eating – and dating.
In a world where everybody has Google Glass type lenses overlaying their eyes, our protagonist, who we learn is one of those behind this developing technology (Sight) uses his inside knowledge to his advantage when taking a pretty girl on a date.
For a graduate project, this film is astonishingly well produced. The cinematography and editing are excellent, and the CGI is of the quality we might expect in a film like Minority Report. The dialogue is tight, the script well-acted. A very entertaining and relevant film, especially today as we move ever faster towards a world which twenty years ago seemed unimaginable.