Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Adam used to have a promising career as a film director. Now aged 40, his promising career has degenerated into directing the occasional television commercial and a few short films. His wife, children, and friends have left him, and he communicates regularly with only one person, a musician named Marek, who listens to his complaints about life very carefully. Marek plays very modern, experimental and acoustic music. Over a period of time, the two converse about life, death and the meaning of it all.