Tenet is the most recent film from Christopher Nolan that people will bring up at parties for years to come.
The conversation will go something like this:
Person 1: “Dude, did you see Tenet? That movie blew my mind!”
Person 2: “Yeah, but I didn’t understand any of it.”
Person 1: “Yeah bro it’s confusing. I’ve watched it 10 times and there are still parts I don’t understand, but I know it’s really good.”
While this conversation will surely become a cliché, you can’t refute the fact that the movie was visually appealing.
So why not try it on a ski movie? Well, Real Skifi did.
Real Ski Fi: “A paid collaboration with Valio Akatemia.
Take off comes before landing. Or does it? What if the outrun is actually the inrun? Real Skifi Tenet is a skiing fiction piece inspired by Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.
All the illusions in this video were achieved by acting and simply reversing and/or altering the speed of the footage. No VFX needed. The question is: which clips are reversed, and which are not? Which ones go back and forth, and which don’t? After all, time is in the eye of the beholder.
The idea for this video had been in our minds for a while already, and finally we got together to brainstorm and make it happen. In this project, we had to use our creativity differently from what we’re used to. This time, the challenge was to get the acting and timing right instead of landing a hard trick. We hope you enjoy!”