Cinematographic essay on transience and loss, in which the maker visually expresses her perception of a mourning process. The natural environment, once so familiar to her, has turned into a twisted twilight zone.
In this essayistic documentary film about transience, the maker uses images from nature to express her perception of a mourning process. After her loss, the natural environment that used to be safe and familiar to her, has become a distorted twilight zone, where loss can suddenly loom from behind the horizon. It has become a place where indefinable feelings wash up in waves. Where night and darkness resuscitate intense memories, but also where consolation can be found.