For every plaque of appreciation in this film, there is a person with a story of a miracle occuring in his or her life.
Catherine Laboret, the nun who founded this little chapel in the middle of Paris (stuck in between the two buildings of an exclusive department store), apparently had two apparitions of the virgin Mary here, and the second time the holy virgin appeared she gave Laboret the mission to tell anyone who "were strong enough in their conviction" to come here and she would help.
Many people did, and do so to this day. Their long lost brother who may have been found, their disease that went away, the fog of confusion that may have lifted or the love that was found, are due to the prayers in this little church, and so each plaque has its own unique story.
Think of this as one will, it happened to the people who donated the plaques of gratitude.
For me, the words "thank you" are the most important words in our human language, and my film is a dedication to the expression of gratitude in itself. We would not have gotten very far in our human civilization without the ability to feel and express appreciation for the other.
If whatever we believe in exists or not may not be as important as the fact that we do believe in the possibilities of that which we cannot explain. This film, to me, acts as a 8 minute "mantra" of sorts to the magnitude of appreciation.
The music, by myself and CM von Hausswolff is a completely electronic composition.