PTP teams up with HIKARI for festival darling 37 Seconds

Torn between family obligations and her dream to become a manga artist, Yuma, who suffers from cerebral palsy, struggles to lead a self-determined life.

When Milton Adamou at Pepper Tree Post got the phone call to work on 37 Seconds, it was an opportunity to rekindle a relationship that had started a decade earlier with the short Tsuyako, also shot on location in Japan.

“The partnership with Hikari has yielded some amazing work, and I was delighted to reunite with her on her debut feature film”, recalls Milton Adamou, who served as colourist and supervised the DI.

You can read about Milton’s detailed grading approach at https://miltonadamou.com/2019/06/26/37-seconds/

37 Seconds is available to watch right now on Netflix.

Published by miltonadamou

Milton Adamou is the owner of Pepper Tree Post, a full service post production boutique located in the Hollywood Hills, CA.

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