A young man just entering the adult world feels lost in the modern prison of cities, houses, buildings and their Kafkaesque system which the youth and Gen-Z now have to deal with. Longing for a simpler life away from the crowd, its pressures and follies, he will try to leave everything behind…But can he really escape the labyrinth of modern society?
Hary Joel is somebody. Just someone, maybe he is also a filmmaker who in his films has something for incredibly long titles, murmurs, reverberations, cries, fits of madness, images that detach us from the world and those that seem to come from somewhere and nowhere at once, stories in which the terms “tail” and “head” themselves are without tail nor head nor meaning nor logic. He likes everything, from the most complex philosophical reflections to the most important aspect of any art form: cats.