WebFilm is the newest product in the photography market, and you won't want to miss out on this. WebFilm is conceptual packaging inspired by Peter Parker / Spider-Man, and every detail of this product is in some way tied to Peter Parker himself. First, let's evaluate Peter's character in general.
Peter Parker is just like us. He feels out of place in his high school, he’s in love with someone that will probably never love him back, and he has some family issues that have caused him to develop in a different way. In his free time, he is working part time as a pizza delivery boy and a photographer for the Daily Bugle. He feels a lot of guilt, and he takes the weight of the world upon himself, but he really can’t do anything to help. One day, he takes a science trip with his school, and he gets bitten by a radioactive spider that gives him heightened abilities. He is now able to make a difference in the world, and he takes that responsibility upon himself. He tries his best to be selfless, and the people in his life sometimes don’t see it the same way. Overall, he’s your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man with a knack for saving people and taking photos from very unique perspectives.
Each variation of the 35mm film is directly related to the three different Spider-Man movies that Tobey Maguire starred in. In the first movie (the blue roll), Peter learns a lot about Remorse and grieving while also learning about who he is as a person. In the second movie (the red roll), Peter is more comfortable as someone with super powers, and he has experience with revenge, although not in a bad way. In the third movie (the black roll), Peter learns the power of reconciliation as he is reunited with his friends and family. Each roll tells the story of each movie and represents the villains in each movie. Feel free to check out the photos below and find the subliminal messages.