“An impressive work…a magnum opus.”

–Independent Feature Project, New York

“A captivating insight into profound philosophical questions.”

      –True/False Film Festival Screening Committee

“Mesmerizing…essential, stimulating, challenging ideas flow in visceral images.”

        –Greg Olson, Author, David Lynch: Beautiful Dark

“Haunting and illuminating…radiates with an emotional charge.”

                           –John Trafton, Ph.D, Lecturer in Film Studies, Seattle University

“Evocative, surreal…a slow fever dream.”

                –Kaleena Kiff, Producer, Barney Thomson

A film by Rustin Thompson

A globe-trotting cameraman sends letters, postcards and videos from his more than 38 years of travel to his former colleague and lover. She shares them in an intimate voice-over, as he reflects on his experiences and reframes them for a present in which democratic instability, climate catastrophe, runaway technology and a global pandemic threaten the future of the planet. Despite a sense of hopelessness, everywhere he “sees images for a film I can make.” His restless need to document humanity is his own personal form of resistance.