This movie by fashion designer Sruli Recht of Iceland features a necklace from his latest collection, apparently used to strangle a woman.
Called Garrote, the movie was screened at DesignMarch in Reykjavík earlier this month and accompanies a necklace of the same name that comprises two scarab beetle-shaped pieces of volcanic lava hung from a piano wire.
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Here's some more information from Sruli Recht:
On your neck I lace
This grave embrace
Take a breath, take a breath
It is your last before death
For on your neck I lace these jewels and erase
Garrote is a necklace - Icelandic volcanic lava moulded into black scarab beetles, magnetized and sealed on a spun-copper middle E piano wire.
GARROTE is a film performed by Heba Eir Jónasdóttir Kjeld and River Carmalt
Director - Heimir Sverrisson
Creative Director - Sruli Recht
Editor - Steffi Thors
Choreographer - Erna Ómarsdottir
Sound - Ben Frost
Director Of Photography - Tómas Tómasson
Assistant Director - Bui Baldvinsson
Special Effects - Aron Bergmann Magnússon
Costume Design - Sruli Recht Studio
Storyboard Artist - B. Börkur Eiríksson
Wardrobe assistant - Andrea Sisson
Dolly - Friðrik Grétarsson
With special thanks to Megan Herbert, Lise Capet, Filmus, Addi Knutsson Kristján Kristjánsson and Hannes Björgvinsson.
Filmed at Lazytown Studio on the Red One camera
Recorded at the Greenhouse
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