Title sequence design for a psychological thriller inspired by real-life issues within the Catholic church. Traditional Catholic imagery is employed in the title sequence, subtly alluding to the series plot without revealing it. The iconic imagery is submerged underwater, gradually consumed by ink—a symbolic representation of the church's blind eye to controversial topics, contributing to its current volatility. The fluid motion creates obscurity, mirroring the enigmatic and taboo nature of discussing the problematic Catholic church. The typography, simple yet bold, maintains prominence amidst the moving images, ensuring a focus on the visual elements.
“The reverse side of Christian compassion for the suffering of one's neighbor is a profound suspicion of all the joy of one's neighbor, of his joy in all that he wants to do and can.” -Friedrich Nietzsche