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The short film follows a young woman who runs away to Paris and wanders the streets, desperately seeking attention from those around her. Dressed in all red, she documents her journey with a selfie stick and often faints in public places to garner attention. A photographer begins to follow her, capturing her every move, and as the film progresses, his presence takes over the majority of the point of view. Despite the woman's attempts to be seen, she remains invisible to most people around her. In a climactic moment, she stages her last fall as a call for help and wakes up to break free from the femininity she thought she needed to hold onto. She dances and lets go of her need for attention, while the photographer remains behind, disgusted. The film raises questions about our obsession with documenting ourselves and our need for external validation, and how it affects our perception of ourselves and the world around us.


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