Monumental set-up of three screens standing at an angle constructs a panorama of one place in three different times. People passing by disappear when crossing the boundary from one ecran to another, or their bodies and velocities are transformed into other passers-by that emerge at the other side of a screen. This metamorphosis is a strange magical phenomenon.

At the same time, however, a female character subsequently crosses the entire poly-ecran without being disturbed by any of the boundaries. This simple gesture balances the extremity of the entire projection situation.

Although this woman is a clearly a spectral presence, from the point of view of film language, she is more real than the other passers-by. She is a film character par excellence.
Hence, a strange, uncanny situation is created. The genuine is unreal and the artificial seems natural or “normal”. This situation is symptomatic to contemporary media society.