Fatu Kekula’s nightmare began when her father fell ill with #Ebola and infected three other members of her family. Turned away from numerous hospitals in Liberia, the 22-year-old nursing student had no choice but to care for them at home.
With none of the protective gear aid workers usually wear to treat ebola patients, Fatu was forced to invent her own. She single-handedly nursed three of her relatives back to health without getting infected - extremely noteworthy considering that more than 300 health care workers have fallen ill.
"I’m sure she’ll be a great giant of Liberia," says Fatu’s father, now healthy and working to find a scholarship for her to finish her final year of nursing school.
We started writing Monument after playing around with a software that can stretch short bits of music into billions of years of sound. It made total sense to me that Max wanted to explore this floating feeling and mediation in the video.
Directed by Max Vitali Animations by Major Briggs, Daniel Söllscher, Choreography by Jefta van Dinther. Online/VFX by Julius Yildirim Denizhan Director of photography Mattias Rudh. Styling by Denise Ostholm Editing by James Norris. And thank you Anders Haal and The Creators Project.
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