Filmmaker: Seung Ah Lee

One day while Lee was walking down a busy city street, it suddenly seemed that everyone around him was controlled by the shape of squares. It was as though the shape of squares had cast a lengthening shadow on everyone's existence, obscuring people's bright and open-ended awareness with the dreary repetitiveness of day-to-day living, and in a way that no one even noticed. But at the end of the day, life consists of both brief strokes of happiness and unexciting, gloomy series of chores.

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pattygiffin's picture

Smiling. Nice portrayal of the contrast between contracted states and the more relaxed feeling of softer boundaries.