Three stories happen in three days.
This is a short film that blends myth and fable in triptych form. It combines live-action and CG scene integrated production techniques to create a wordless experimental film that reintroduced the concept of time.
On a soil-covered stage, incorporating elements of acting and contemporary dance.
A veil of black soil cloaks the earth, Pond of spiraling patterns, moist and warm. Youth, blood, bone, and clay entwined, A serpent of crimson coils around his feet, figure eight. Shimmering scales, a flowing river of red, Leaving trails of blood upon the skin. He grasps for the snake, like reaching for a rope, Yet it slips away like an eel, evading his hold. Hands and feet adorned in orange-red blood, The snake ascends another pair of feet, Coiling around a leg (right), vanishing from sight, He gazes upon the leg's owner: a woman.