is a thirty-minute short film conceived by visual artist
, including cinematographer Matthew Kyle Levine, with performances by
The film explores the subjective nature of experience — particularly of trauma — and the ever-present dissonance between our internal monologues and physical bodies.
opens with a young man stumbling through the recollection of events leading to a traumatic head injury.
The second scene explores the panic-inducing kind of regret that swells from a loss of control.
Harbored by the austere walls of a nameless hotel, the characters in
exist in their own worlds, unable to navigate beyond their own inner selves, becoming obsessed with — and then ultimately defined by — their own traumas.