Scenes from Athens unfolds like a filmed picture book about mutual observation, about peculiar perception. A contemplation of a stable imbalance, and of lose, tranquil and indefinable elements. Both the city of Athens and its citizens are on display. As we observe them, they also observe us and one another.
Fascinating animals like supermarket consumers, a kiosk owner, clerks of an airport, a little receptionist of a large hotel silently occupy the frames of the film. By actively giving substance to the various elements of the city, the viewer gives substance to himself/herself; a mutual beholding that initiates a shift in consciousness.
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