Three Rails Live (2012) is a combinatory database narrative film about the gradual dissolution of the contemporary protagonist’s life and environment. The narrative in this case is composed of thirty segments of spoken narrative that are juxtaposed with related video fragments in a semi-randomized structure. Each run of the application varies: two of the short narrative fragments juxtaposed with an aleatory video selection are interspersed with “perverbs”—remixes of two of variant proverbs—which provide a “moral to the story.” Though the juxtapositions between voice and video differ in every instantiation, the narrative fragments were composed in tight thematic correlation with the video fragments, increasing the coherence of the work as a whole. The work is available as a browser-based installation suitable for gallery display contexts. A lower resolution web version is being prepared.