The film poses my two different experiences and reflections of the same day. The first day we see each images and noises that are associate with these images. The first day starts with the sunrise and a barrage of images and sounds that flow into the next and convey a linear story. Each small parts builds on each other--a man writing about a boxer; the boxer boxing; and ends with the final punch superimposed over the sun-setting. This signifies how some days are a never-ending boxing match where we are trying to discern our friends and foes in unexpected obstacles. The next day a mosaic of all the earlier images appear but with the diegetic sounds removed with only the build up of a song laced with heavy drums and electronic keys. The film ends with the flickering of a camera from the diegetic boxing world after the drums crash and the man throws his final three punches. Overall, the film is a dichotomy of an individual's experience- one where different sights and sounds bombard us and provoke us into the ring, while the second one, is a day where we see the same thing but now with a linking thread- cuing the epiphany that we CAN change our reality and other things' realities (that we dont control) by the way we perceive them.