INTO THE INNARDS
A young woman sets out to let go. I set out to let go, let go of everyday struggles and shambles. A ramble into the innards of the mountains and of my thoughts. Encounters and occurances disturb the flow. But disturbances are welcome. They make you forget that you are lost. To walk away against everything, to become one with the unevenness. But there is this paradox of walking away: in the end, it's all about arriving. And a bit, just a bit perhaps, about learning to let go. An experimental mountain essay film.