About The Chair To Everywhere
The film maker, Mol Smith, having made a number of feature and short films over the past six years now wishes to return to more of his roots in making this movie. His background of creating digital art, where his images depict sensual women as central characters interacting with elements of biology, advanced technological machinery, good and evil, and the subliminal themes running through the veins of humankind's collective consciousness. This film produced with the inspiration of Kemal Yildirim of Kemikal Films and full co-production, shooting and major collaborate association, brings their collection of skills and expertise together like never before to create an original movie on a small budget which, aimed at 'wowing' and surprising its audience, delivers a surprising and powerful multi-layered story.
Mol's images are unique in their subject matter and impossible to pigeonhole into a genre.
He wishes this film to be more like his images: bold, unfettered by the shift in this 21st century towards ever-increasing restrictions in the freedoms of individuals to express, not only their art, but their thoughts.
The Chair To Everywhere is an ambitious movie with many layers, but primarily it is to be a highly atmospheric Gothic work transposed onto a 21st century landscape.