A person confesses to their guilt over the drowning of an ant in a basin. In this Buddhist meditation, director Moe Myat May Zarchi shapes monochrome images into a mysterious philosophical text that examines one’s place in the universe.
Inaamin ng isang tao ang kanilang kasalanan sa pagkalunod ng langgam sa isang palanggana. Sa Buddhist meditation na ito, hinuhubog ng direktor na si Moe Myat May Zarchi ang mga monochrome na imahe sa isang misteryosong pilosopikal na teksto na sumusuri sa lugar ng isang tao sa uniberso.
Moe Myat May Zarchi (born in 1994, Myanmar) is a filmmaker, musician and a multidisciplinary artist. Her short films have been screened at Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg, Women Make Waves Int’l Film Festival, Minikino Film Festival and have won awards at Singapore International Short Film Festival (SGIFF), Bangkok Asean Film Festival (BAFF) and UK Asian Film Festival. She was also a finalist in Julius Baer Next Generation Art Prize in Moving Image and won the Prince Claus Seed Awards as an Emerging Artist. In most of her works, Moe loves to explore the metaphysical, identity, femininity and personal aspects through innovative use of visuals and sound. She also founded a cinema magazine and organization called “3-ACT” to support cinema education in Myanmar.