The idea sounds quite interesting and I thought this could be another little gem... Well, something is missing here, that something hard to pinpoint. I think it could be the selection of images - there's nothing memorable, nothing that stayed with me after finishing watching it... Still, it might be worth giving it a try, you only risk spending 60 seconds - take a chance! ;)
The six words will be burned into your mind. Not doing something is really taking a chance in the modern world, fixed on doing as many things as possible. The visuals didn't tell me a story, so while I appreciate the idea, it could be executed better.
In this art-film America seems to be a consumer society governed by fear and the illusion of opportunity. This idea seems to have become kind of a trope, and therefore the film feels a little hysterical and banal. At least it is very short.
Restricted is a film poem. Repetition of a few key words. "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—" (from Road Not Taken by Robert Frost). Are we not always at the crossroads? The moment between the safety of the known & the consequences of the other choice, between repetition (the re-iteration of sameness) and break-out. Restricted does not break out of its mantra. That's the point.