Hussain Ahmed is a younger Pakistani storyteller, who’s hoping to revive the forgotten fantasy of the nation by way of his animation.
Recently, Hussain launched his unique, rising Pakistani animated brief movie, titled, Where the Sunset Weeps. The movie takes place in a hyper-fantasized setting that’s localized within the Pakistani way of life and goals to encapsulate the essence of Karachi within the absence of violence and its repercussion on many generations.
The protagonist of the film is a younger boy who grew up living by way of the fear of his father however goes on a journey the place he remembers the recollections of his previous in an alternate world, revealing his true nature earlier than witnessing the atrocities of town.
While speaking to The News International, Hussain admitted that the first-most want is that his movie serves as a “testament to prove and promote young people to put their minds to create fantasies of their own.” The artist is hoping that the youthful technology will try in the direction of bringing their distinctive views to gentle by way of inventive statements, which is able to ultimately shut the hole between young and old residents by forming a bridge of understanding between them by way of artistic means.
The younger animator employed using vibrant colours to inform a narrative of the previous technology’s traumas and tragedies in a method that grabs the eye of the viewers as a substitute of brimming one’s coronary heart with desolation.
Where the Sunset Weeps – in the long run – is an invigorating new addition to the present elevation of Pakistan’s artistic trade, sharing lights with well-known animated movies reminiscent of Shehr-e-Tabassum and SWIPE, whose creation has revolutionized the leisure trade and paved method for an entire different style of movie within the Pakistani movie trade.
While speaking concerning the hopes Hussain holds for the way forward for his movie and animation cinema in Pakistan, he stated: “My future hopes for the film is to stand as a testament that any story can be told without a high budget or team. I want it to inspire the creative youth of the country to come forth and share their own stories, revive a culture of fantasy telling that is slowly fading away, and resurface the rich fantasies lost in Pakistan’s land.”