A ghostly envisage that takes us through the remnants of an impermanent industrial being that fades in and out of existence, the only true constant being the tracks embedded within absolute desolation that carry us through the linings of such a beast.
The construction of a mythos within a dreamlike collective embedded within reality. Very free flow and rather spontaneous much like listening to free jazz where anything can happen in terms of variation and flow, as you willingly let yourself be guided by the illusion in place, you start to see a clear contrast between reality and fiction, emotion and logic that are both right and wrong all the same.
Humanity trying to find a means to live within the oppressive intangibility of political structure devoid of any emotion, or perhaps that is just one perspective I came to and I only saw nothingness when in actuality there was an overwhelming plethora of emotion underneath that impenetrable surface? I can't even begin to describe how much is going on within this film, figures we see are both human and ideological all the same and nothing is ever quite within one…
“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?"
"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to."
"I don't much care where –"
"Then it doesn't matter which way you go.”
― Lewis Carroll
A journey into a formless purgatory that ensnares phantasmal beings by it's seductive bliss, time being reduced to nothing within a timeless subset as everything within is set to an eventual decay, eventually losing corporeality as the self…