ZOS – Last Tango in Jadac is a new interactive website for the television show ZOS or Zone of Separation which airs Monday nights at 10 PM EST on The Movie Network (TMN), Movie Central. The eight-part TV series chronicles the difficulties facing international peacekeepers, Canadians among them, in a Balkins city called Jadac as they try to maintain the United Nations-brokered ceasefire. The interactive component found on the ZOS website is called the Last Tango in Jadac, and this web experience is an incredible paradox. On one hand Last Tango in Jadac is a remarkable technological accomplishment brought forth by story artists like Peter Miskimmin of Whizbang Films and the award winning design team at LifeCapture Interactive led by Daniel Riley and Brendan Sera-Shriar. Creative Canadians, these guys worked really hard to raise the bar and build a powerful, fully functional interactive experience. It’s beautiful.
And horrible. On a whole nother level this ‘game’ is a sickening nightmare with a haunting soundtrack and stories that will keep people awake at night.