We are thrown onto this planet, simultaneously alone and feeding off others.
We are placed in these human bodies, without choice. Left with only the choices we make in them.
The faces we portray to others, which drop off once in certain solitude.
Whether we choose to act violently, or whether we choose to be acted upon. Violence overtaking kindness, kindness overtaking violence.
Our reflection blinding us, and us wanting only just to make it right again.
Our immaculate enemy – our perfect opposite – adapting to everything that is certain.
It’s about our need to reproduce. Only to be faced with infertility.
It’s about life. It’s about death.
It’s about sinking into the earth whilst we billow into the sky.
Not a trace, but finally at the centre of it all.
'Under the Skin' is - in my humble opinion - the greatest movie ever made.