The work day rhythm, the rhythm of waking up each other, the rhythm of the loom, and the other rhythm you are in, the rhythm of passing around the flyer, the rhythm of taking off your shoes, the rhythm of the train, the rhythm of rollercoaster, of flickering lights, of romance. The rhythm of trapping a film-like dream into a film and then waking up in the end at a theater stage.
2. How does the camera move?
The camera accompanies the characters, the camera put us inside the characters, freeing itself from the rhythm of the stage, taken out of the chains, swirling with light and bodies. The camera shares the characters' ecstasy before becoming enslaved into the bedchambers, the interiors, the discussions on marriage and business. In other words, the camera moves the audience away from their seats, showing off its mobility so that it can lament on its stillness in the later part of the film secretly to the audience.