|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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