An exuberant and decadent music video in the style of the disco ages? Or maybe an experimental short film based on a mythological pretext to portray a modern saturnalia? It’s hard to say. However, ‘Janus‘ is a surprising project, regardless of the viewers’ expectations. Obviously, the mythological core approached by Chris Paraskevas should not be ignored, but, in the flamboyant cinematic composition he intends to make, it seems rather a pretext. We are not, therefore, in front of an elitist, “academic” short film, intended only for the “initiates”, despite the narrative voice that tells the episode of the party organized by Romulus for the Sabines, a party destroyed by the god Janus. However, the unpredictable temperament of the Roman god seems to somehow justify the torrent of glittering kinetic images that suddenly alternate with more… carnal scenes. The result is rather a sensory experience that defies the classical structure of a conventional narrative.