A seemingly usual day starts in a tiny downtown flat, where our hero is learning to live together with his more and more falling apart life. Outside life is buzzing, he hears the noise of the traffic, while inside his mug is empty, the pictures splinter, the beloved furnitures disappear and the houseplant is like it has never been there before. The flat and everything in it get slowly deformed and meaningless by a mysterious netlike material. Despite our drastic change, our protagonist seems to be unable to reconcile with the new situation, trying to recapture the pieces of his old life. However, the new material is much more plastic, so it can reach anything, just getting away from the life he could have known before. His objects are only getting apart. His helplessness is so great that he himself becomes a victim of his own image and begins to lose himself. The protagonist must learn to live with the new situation, let go of the old values, and find a new and stable foundation in this plastic situation instead of aimlessly struggling to build on.
DIRECTOR: Zsuzsa Kemény, Szandra Pataki PRODUCERS: Mónika Mécs, Ernő Mesterházy
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Sándor Nemes
PRODUCTION COMPANY: IMM Film