An experimental video titled “Unsaid” will have five real but faceless people confessing about their friends.
Terribly Tiny Tales, a content platform that brings together a diverse pool of writers to create really short stories every day, has launched a less than two minute video on YouTube, read a statement.
The format is an experiment with an intent to be candid with faceless confessions of things in a friendship that are left unsaid. The effort with this experiment is to move beyond the face of the narrator/performer and engage with the story itself, which explains its treatment and form.
“As a platform, we’ve never shied from experimenting with stories and creating new ways to tell them. Introducing this format is exciting. It is new and will evolve with audience feedback over time. The more we do, the more we learn, we can’t wait to see where this takes us,” said Chintan Ruparel, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Terribly Tiny Talkies.
Sharanya Rajgopal, Creative Producer of Terribly Tiny Talkies, added that sometimes just saying things without the fear of being judged can be cathartic.
“Each of these pieces could find resonance with people who have so many things to say to friendships that have gone astray, but just haven’t,” Rajgopal said.