Filip Dogan produces a reality show called Housed, in which six couples move into a purpose-built house for 180 days. During the programme’s run a global war breaks out and Europe is reduced to a battlefield. Filip decides to hide the truth from the contenders in the house, thinking them safer away from it all.
As the war becomes more serious, the show becomes a kind of escape for the general population who enjoy watching the pointless antics of the housemates. With increasing ratings, how can the TV channel bosses protect their investment?
A very smart film, well produced and unsettling – if you were in the house would you prefer to know what’s really going on in the outside world?
Wed 27 April , 6.30pm Apollo Piccadilly