Good. Bad. These are relative ideals that depend almost entirely on which end of the gun is facing us. A quartet of French art students—Michaël Balthazart, Clément Granjon, Quentin Sauvinet, and Raphaël Gaudin—collaborated at ArtFX 2012 to explore this concept in Voile Noir, which follows a pair of pilots, Allan and Yvan, as they attempt to deliver a bomb that will single-handedly end the war.

The result—from the modelling to the pacing to the whiplash-inducing plot twist—simply spectacular.