A man drifts through transitory spaces on the way home.

Drawn from personal experience, After Hours is an attempt in encapsulating the isolation and liminal experience of a man following an unknown incident. Essentially, the film is a passage—a construction of transit and transitioning manifested as space.

The filmmaking process intended to reflect the temperament of the film, making use of no more than three persons during production and a bare minimum of equipment. The purpose of the minimalist approach was to alienate the filmmaker and actor and attune them with the experience of the commuting character. Likewise, all locations were shot in guerilla to preserve the realism of the liminal spaces. After Hours follows the tradition of independent cinema under the modality of experimental cinema.

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