Audrius Stonys continues to explore the theme of man's peripheral experiences. In Earth of the Blind, he tried to "see the unseen" by mixing image and sound, while in Antigravitation he uses the camera to break the laws of gravity and attempts to achieve the objective of heavenly power by seeing from above and getting closer to an unearthly experience. "How does the world look from such heights? What keeps man between the heavens and Earth? How do things appear from the roofs of the churches?" These are the questions that fueled Stonys' film.