The film has been compilated from archival footage belonging to the estate of Jozef Homer (1924–1992). Lying dormant in the attic of his house in Záhorská Ves, Slovakia, for 30 years, the archive contained more than 15,000 analog photographs, 27 reels of 8mm film, and 21 tapes. The film explores the disintegration of memory through physical intervention in the material of the film, and offers a space to reflect on one's own memory and the nature of time.
Peter Podolský is a fourth-year student at the Atelier of Documentary Directing, at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. He previously studied product design. He is active in theatre and photography in Prague, where he currently lives.