Leonard (George Sefer) is in a void with a radio and a worn out photo. He 's been there for such a long time, he now seems to belong there, young and old at the same time.
His monotonοus routine is interrupted by 'visitors' who suddenly appear surprised, ignorant and terrified.
Leonard does not welcome them nor does he confort them, he taunts and abuses them and as soon as he gets bored, he 'helps' them get through to the darkness. First he removes from them something of their own. What they consider valuable becomes his trophy.
When an old woman appears, Leonard seems to react differently. Her engagement ring reminds him of something. The woman is strangely familiar. Unable to remember, Leonard leads her into the darkness.
Confused, Leonard looks first at the ring and then at his photograph.
It is a picture of a young couple.
In it, Leonard smiles at his beloved, who seems strangely familiar to us.
Alone in the void, Leonard is still waiting for her.
Sefer in his directorial debut serves the story in an exemplary manner, showing maturity, knowledge of technique -guiding actors, camera movement, lighting, editing- and in collaboration with young cinematographer Philip Priovolos-Tasikas.
Special mention to the original music of Sammy Copley