Waiting is the first feature film in The Triad Project trilogy, which consists of
three films about the effects of war, realised in accordance with
the written directives detailed in the 'Minimalism 2010'
manifesto. The aim is to achieve a pure sequence through a drastic
reduction in scenery - eliminating everything that is superflous–
with no limitations on technical aspects.
The 'Minimalism 2010' manifesto was
formalised in October 2010 and signed by director Simone Orlandini,
Teresina Moscatiello and Jakob Rühle. Waiting
is the first film to adhere to its rules.
The scenography was based on the idea of the golden section (also
known as the Divine Proportion) and the whole construction of the
set and the music were in-keeping with the value of 1,618 (the