Predestination takes us on a journey of self-awareness as a disillusioned philanderer deconstructs his life.
Brazil, United States, 2013 | 5 min 49 sec | Narrative fiction, Drama - Directed by Daniel Bean
Producer: Stefania Curti
Screenwriter: Daniel Bean
Editor: Daniel Bean
Director of photography: Antônio Nunes
Sound : Daniel Bean
Format: 16;9 HD (H264)
An angsty, introspective short with unorthodox visual style, Predestination takes us on a journey of self-awareness as a disillusioned philanderer deconstructs his life. Haunting and cerebral, Predestination will leave you wondering if we as human beings are really as free as we think.
Daniel Bean received his film degree in 2007 at the University of Utah, where he studied screenwriting and documentary filmmaking. He has since traveled the world seeking out opportunities to tell compelling stories, including directing the documentary Chariot Men, set in Brazil, writing the screenplay for Patryk Kizny's Rebirth, set in an abandoned church in Poland, and filming his latest short film, Predestination, in Southern Brazil.