another time another place
Have we imprisoned ourselves in three dimensions?
We normally think of ourselves as living in a three-dimensional world where we can move in three ways: left or right, up or down, forwards and backwards, but now we are told there may be eleven dimensions - hidden worlds beyond our human senses - a multiverse full of unexplained happenings and strange visions - just like this film then!
Imagination is limitless - it doesn't have to make sense.
By not having a specific narrative the film allows the viewer to interpret in their own way, according to his or her own experiences. There is a school of thought that the viewer's interpretation of any form of art is actually more important than that of the creator. I'm not sure I agree entirely with that, but I like my films to be abstract enough to show intent, but that the intent is subtle enough to allow the viewer's interpretational filters to go to work.
soundtrack: "Demonica" by 00 Newchair