An existential perspective of the true origins of the emotion of love,
PASSION examines the constant journey of humankind, through darkness
and light, as man and woman find their respective places in the cosmos.

Photographed entirely with natural light on Kodak's now-extinct 16mm Plus-X
negative film (7231,) PASSION began with a one and one-half page
treatment (written by William DiPietra in one night) and five storyboards.

Shot on the Arriflex 16 S/B and edited on the Steenbeck ST-900W,
PASSION took approximately three years to go from treatment to DVD. The
film represents William DiPietra's first venture into the avant-garde genre.

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