Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own?
Four8’s brand new offering!
A game show where a group of friends must work out the identity of a mystery person based on a series of clues.
This highly watchable and repeatable short-form social experiment is based on the opening scripture; Matthew 7:1 ‘Do not judge or you too will be judged.”
It tackles unconscious bias head-on, highlighting the stereotyping and prejudice judgements we all make on a daily basis.
The friendship group are set a series of questions about the mystery person. To aid them, factual clues and statements are shared.
They are then asked to think and decide what kind of person is being described.
Sounds easy enough, right?
The game is made up of 3 rounds.
The first 2 are focused on figuring out what kind of person this could be.
The third round is where the group are asked to make…
The Final Judgement.
Knowing what they know - or what they THINK they know about this person - combined with the assumptions they’ve all agreed on, they now need to decide individually, if….
They could be friends with this person?
The mystery person is in actual fact one of the contestants from the said friendship group!
So not only are we potentially putting friendships on the line but we’ve also unintentionally found some amazing actors because even I was fooled trying to guess who the enigma was.
- Group A: The Queens
- - Sum Ting Wong
- - Regina Gorgeous
- - AJ Bediako
- - Tess Drive
- Group B: Classic Lads
- - Rose Frimpong
- - Lyra Hamenya
- - Adaobi Okafor
- - Bianca Maxwell
- - Jean Johnedo
- Group C: The Undergrads
- - Alice McGann
- - Phoebe Gilbert
- - Xiao HaoWren Ginn
- Group D: The House Heads
- - Kirsty Spence
- - Alessana Hall
- - Benjamin Edwards
- - Richard Lukombo
- Group E: The Welshies
- - Martin Andrews
- - Rachel Denham
- - Jakub Konarzewski
- - Sarah De Garnham
- - Martin Kuria
THE FINAL JUDGEMENT can be seen via YouTube on our Four8 page!
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The more one judges, the less one loves.