The only text here reads: "A personal, obsessive, fragmented history of the 20th century". I should have added a warning to the fainthearted; it's shocking material in many respects. This film was created back in 2004, as an experiment on rhythm, transition and distortion. It was composed of "image drones" meant to sum up the tormenting experience of growing up consciously in those media infested decades before the millennium. Hasty viewers may dismiss it as "just a slideshow", but anyone eager to be transported will probably fall for the evocative compositions evolving in the intersections, as a surreal commentary on their constituent parts.