Do you are feeling prefer it’s arduous to get away from cyberbullying and on-line hate nowadays? Psychological well being is on prime of everybody’s thoughts: particularly for Gen Z, a era that’s been introduced up on-line.
New-age content material home Boundless Media has geared as much as launch one more 2020 net sequence titled ‘CANCELLED’ a tragicomedy on Gen Z’s social media trysts, taking inspiration from the now notorious ‘Cancel Tradition’ – the apply of boycotting and group shaming an individual on social media if their actions are seen as objectionable.
With unique net sequence hits together with ‘Objectified’ and ‘Unseen’ of their kitty, Boundless Media has established their mettle as a creator of genre-bending tales for a brand new India.
Social media trolls and bullies haven’t spared anybody, proper from the frequent man to the perfect of celebrities. However who would know this world higher than the Gen Z? CANCELLED’ follows the lives and trysts of three unusual GEN Z’ers in a sequence of comical catastrophes which elevate debatable questions. Are the bullied truly bullies? Within the zealous temper for evangelism, how far does one go and who attracts the traces within the digital world? What do you do when the web world turns into extra actual to you than your offline life?
Commenting on the launch of the sequence, Natasha Malpani Oswal, Founder and Artistic Producer at Boundless Media mentioned, “Our goal is to inform new-age, experimental tales. We cowl matters that are hidden in plain sight by means of our movies and sequence. Via CANCELLED, we wished to discover the blurring of our on-line and offline lives. Everyone knows social media may be harmful, however we’re nonetheless utterly hooked on always scrolling. CANCELLED is extremely entertaining, but additionally modern and relatable. I feel Gen Z will strongly resonate with it.”
The sequence options cutting-edge social commentary on psychological well being, dropping belief in establishments, physique picture points, the growing era hole and embracing one’s sexuality. It was conceptualised, written and directed in-house The primary leads are performed by actors Chinmay Chandranshuh, Gurneet Wahan and Ritik Ghansani.