Hennessy unveils 'The Seven Worlds' film by Ridley Scott


Hennessy unveils 'The Seven Worlds' film by Ridley Scott

March 12, 2019: “Each drop of Hennessy X.O. is an Odyssey,” described the Oscar nominated director, Ridley Scott. Hennessy recently released an epic short film by the legendary director. 

Hennessy The Seven Worlds short film by Ridley Scott

All seven notes evocatively take shape under the iconic filmmaker’s direction, with his subversive sense of narrative, unique light, and knack for radical, and technical innovation. The seven notes, envisioned as individual worlds, are brought to life through wonderous and extreme physiography. The director leaves it to the viewer’s imagination if the film occurs in the future or the past, in reality or in a dreamscape as he takes us through vivid scenes offering snapshots of each world.

“I was attracted to this project because I was inspired by the potential for art and entertainment to bring this story to life,” said Ridley Scott. “Hennessy has a great product, and I was lucky enough to have the freedom to interpret this and create something amazing. I think people will be stunned when they see the film."

Hennessy The Seven Worlds short film by Ridley Scott

‘The Seven Worlds' production team includes global leaders in visual effects, Moving Picture Company (MPC), who previously collaborated with Scott on the films Alien, The Martian as well as Blade Runner and reunite with the director to design ‘out of this world’ effects through CGI. Composer Daniel Pemberton, who previously worked on Scott's film All the Money in the World and The Counselor, created a unique and unexpected score perfectly complimenting the director’s vision.

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