"In this film, the filmmaker records the face of a young girl in the Badlands National Park for ten minutes. At the beginning the girl stares at a lens that records her in slow motion. Minimal movement at the top and bottom of the shot end up becoming an accelerated movement of the image that, finally, reveals the mechanism of the filming process itself: a fixed camera that frames a rotating mirror. As indicated in the film's notes, it is "a lysergic journey" that investigates "sublime romanticism", the phenomenological experience and secular spirituality." To do so, it recovers structural cinema concepts about the revealing power of the camera and certain performative filmic practices that include mirrors as main elements of the cinematographic experience." – Albert Alcoz.