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Lifetime Achievement is an original 15 minutes long VR film.
Albert, a world-class French designer, brings you along as he recounts how he made his greatest masterpiece for his mother. On his quest to use the finest materials and the most avant-garde techniques, you encounter an African albino crocodile, dive into an Indonesian cave for rare crystals, develop new lifeforms in a lab, and capture light rays from a spatial solar eclipse.
With his mother’s birthday around the corner and so little time, it’s easy to see how Albert lost sight of what matters most.
Lifetime Achievement was a fusion of two worlds.
One world had to do with my obsession with my craft, my ambition to perform at the highest level, and the way I can be tunnel visioned when I’m in the middle of a big project. Albert is in a sense an ideal future version of my professional self.
He has reached every peak professionally, he has infinite resources,
but he is still passionate and uncompromising when he creates.
The second world revolved around a question that was hiding inside me
and demanded to be answered: what do I sacrifice while I live far away from
the people who are closest to my heart?
Yonatan Tal, Writer and Director
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