Skaters rip through three cities with little sleep and plenty of confusion.
Skaters Ishod Wair, Peter Ramondetta, Raven Tershy and Kevin Terpening rip through three Japanese cities with little sleep and plenty of confusion.
Anonymous Zone is a short film that takes four skaters and places them in entirely unfamiliar territory: the streets of three Japanese cities.
Directed by Kai Neville, it’s a cleverly shot vignette that’s light on dialogue (“How do you say, ‘Real shit’?”) but packed with immersive sequences: bemused bystanders, irritated security guards and sweeping cityscapes.
Check out more films by Kai Neville.
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