A portrait of the western world seen through the transient images of computer games, production line monitoring, medical diagnosis, research, military, etc., in which traces of our society are indirectly but strikingly etched.
In the Shinjuku area of Tokyo, on the Dnieper River between Sevastopol and Kiev, and on the ski slopes of central Switzerland, these seventy seven people travel time. They are travelling time with me, with you and with everyone alive on this planet now.
Paul Bush tries to talk about the making of While Darwin Sleeps and his aspirations for cinema but all the time the film itself tries to take over and in the end completely overwhelms him. Commissioned for Canal + France.
Thousands of insects pass through the film each for a single frame. It seems that the genetic progamme of millions of years is taking place in a few minutes. It is like a mescalin vision dreamt by Charles Darwin.
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