100 seconds to midnight 

by

sorry not sorry

100 Seconds to Midnight was inspired by a prototype of the Clock of The Long Now, found in London's Science Museum . The clock was designed to keep time for 10,000 years, and so the company started to think about  what life would be like in the future, would humankind even exist beyond the lifetime of the clock? 100 Seconds to Midnight became an experimental exploration of Doomsday, the end of the world, climate change, animal extinction, overpopulation and human sin. Learning from the likes of Extinction Rebellion, Greta Thunberg and Timothy Morton, Sorry Not Sorry acknowledged their faults, our faults, and presented them in the most bizarre way possible: scenes of silence, scenes of pure mess, and cutting onions to  make them confess. 

SORRY NOT SORRY ARE...

AMY MAWER

JAMES CHRISTENSEN

AVGI POURGOURA

CHEN XI

YANG LU

GEORGINA KIRK

Premiered at... 

THE ROYAL CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH AND DRAMA

WEDNESDAY 11TH MARCH 2020

WARNING: Contains flashing images

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