The brothers Polyneikes and Eteocles killed each other on the battlefield. Their uncle Kreon explains Eteocles as a hero and Polyneikes as a rogue. He decrees that the latter’s body should not be buried. But their sister Antigone disobeyed him and buried the outlaw brother. This is where the plot of Sophocles’ more than 2,000-year-old drama begins. It’s title is “Antigone”, but it could just as well be called “Kreon”, for the play unfolds a struggle between two powers, individual and state. Law and public interest meet personal desires and beliefs.
Nadja Brandt, David Seeberg
In MonoDrama, Susanne Wolff plays both sides, Kreon and Antigone. The ancient tragedy becomes a sci-fi horror and Antigone the guardian of the environment, not trying to protect her brother, but defending the last blooming flower against a dark power, Kreon.
SUSANNE WOLFF – VOLUCAP
Parts of the movie can be viewed as a volumetric scene. The actor was volucaped (volumetrically recorded) so viewers could dive into the scene three-dimensionally and with 6dof.