Detroit Lives! shot a short film in the DFT's bathroom

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Creative agency Detroit Lives! has produced a short film for a Nokia-sponsored competition to demonstrate the video-capturing prowess of the company's new Lumia Icon smartphone. The Wes Anderson-inspired clip, which tells the story of fifth-generation bathroom attendant Harlan Ruddecksplainer VII, was filmed in the Detroit Film Theatre's bathroom entirely on a Lumia Icon.

You can watch the film below, and head to Facebook to see the other entries and vote if you feel so inclined.


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