The film is best viewed in a dark room with a quality sound system or headphones.
Guided by Easychord’s haunting, bodily piece, the visuals attempt to explore and invoke the concepts of prisoner’s cinema, stream of consciousness, repetition, the primordial body, fundamental entities, and astral planes.
Repetion, and a progressive deconstruction of the forms composing the image, represent a universe in itself, a primeval, prehistoric, amniotic world. The spectator is almost forced to participate in a journey of progressive purification of the senses, until he is metaphorically embraced by the white placenta that ends the film. Once again, as in Nightwalk, this symbolic way back to the placenta is represented by the waving sea, so mysterious and threatening, and also a transfiguration of the maternal womb.