Very short film. Cubic, as Tscherkassky would say. Creating the tension for an instant, a crack in time. A scene that repeats, over an over in our imagination. Tscherkassky takes film, breaks it down, overlaps it, and makes the history of cinema alive, before our eyes. By making it obviously analog, he remindes us that cinema is something that comes to life from darkness into reality. From nothing out of genius.