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This is one of the longest continuous shots in Film History. This film explores the process of psychological manipulation as a continuous inducement.

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C.J. Stussi ... (as Caroline Jaden Stussi)

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C.J. Stussi ... (writer) (as Caroline Jaden Stussi)

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C.J. Stussi ... producer (as Caroline Jaden Stussi)

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Josh Berry

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Karina Caro ... makeup artist

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Josh Berry ... sound editor

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Aleksey Solodov ... gaffer

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Scott Monahan ... music coordinator

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George Simon ... story consultant
Zeno van Essel ... consultant

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Brendon Bazler ... special thanks
Dawn Bazler ... special thanks
Liam Dunlop ... special thanks
Fabian Martens ... special thanks
Irene Reinhard ... special thanks
Ernst Siegrist ... special thanks
Beat Suter ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

First time filmmaker Caroline Jaden Stussi had the vision to shoot an independent film-novelty which consisted of one continuous shot. Next was the search of a theme that would best be told in such a format. The continuous inducement without any breaks that defines psychological manipulation seemed like a perfect fit. The visual translation of this theme was elaborated in collaboration with manipulation expert and bestseller author Dr. G. Simon. Intrigued by the experimental nature of this film, private sponsors helped in fundraising a minimal budget. Manipulation expert and bestseller author Dr. G. Simon identifies 19 manipulation techniques. These are: lying, lying by omission, denial, rationalization, minimization, diversion, evasion, covert intimidation, guilt trip, shaming, seduction, playing the victim role, playing the servant role, vilifying the victim, projecting the blame, feigning innocence, feigning confusion, brandishing anger. Such are often used in persuasion, sales, advertising, media, fraud, police interrogation, mobbing, bullying, relational and sexual abuse. Written by Caroline Jaden Stussi

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  • Nameless (Switzerland)
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  • 18 min
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Budget $700 (estimated)

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