Aditya Vikram Sengupta goes quirky on his Labour of Love

Posted by Kaahon Desk On June 2, 2015

Aditya Vikram Sengupta sounds candid and open talking about the overall writing and film production process of his debut film Labor of Love. His writing process was quite unique, mostly in the form of bullet points and doodling as he broke down the narrative into its basic visual and aural components. He attributes this practice to his graphic designing days. And once he had these basic components, started trying out different combinations of images and sounds along with camera angles and the film slowly began to take shape. Similarly even the shooting process was quite distinct as the space began to take command with time. Sengupta frankly admits that despite his detailed planning, the house with its moody and reflective atmosphere provided a lot of essential elements that made the film what it is. It not only enriched the sound design of the film but also facilitated the decision of not using any dialogue and building the film on a silent reflective strength.

Previous Kaahon update on the film Labor of Love (Asha Jaoar Majhe):

Aditya Vikram Sengupta has made a film with labour and love (click here)

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