Ariadne's Lament

The views and opinions in this film are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of any member of the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge. Of their entry the team says "Combining our skills, we decided to explore the theme of Ariadne in poetry and music, and to give our own take on it. We divided the work into musical competition (Etiane, because I am studying music) and poetry (April, because I really like poetry). We hoped to bring out the sense of betrayal which Ariadne feels after having helped Theseus. We added "love chords" (major chords and high octaves) to reflect her original naivety, as well as lots of dramatic language to represent her nervousness when she goes in to help Theseus."