This title sequence is an abstract interpretation of the movie, Amour, directed by Michael Haneke. The theme of this movie is birth and death. Life is beautiful, but the reality is cruel, so is the love between George and Anne in the movie. Anne has a stroke suddenly, and the couple’s bond of love is severely tested. The blossom and wilt flowers interpret these themes perfectly, so I have used the time-lapse of flowers to represent the fragility of life. The whole title sequence is roughly divided into three sections: the first section shows the blossom of the flower and the melting; the second part presents the wilt of flowers and the freezing process; the last section is a reverse of the wilting process and it symbolizes the beginning of the story.
Cinematography & Editing: Brenda Chen
Camera: Sony a6000 with E-mount 16-50mm f3.5-5.6