“Haram” is a reflection on our modern society and it’s behavior toward sexuality.
Director, editor, and motion designer in Paris.
Pater/Son is also the founder of 2 heures 56 Productions.
“Haram” is a reflection on our modern society and it’s behavior toward sexuality. My vision initially manifested as a nightmare of a women wearing a burqa in a world saturated with pornographic imagery. It all began with a quote by William Gibson in “Neuromancer” : “The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel.” Ultimately, I wanted to depict our society’s new trinity: religion, technology, and sex.