An abstract narrative shot from the point of view of a house – the woman is seen from an angle of the wall, the corner observes her. This is a film about fleeting sensations in the midst of ordinary activities, the energy of heat, and the activity of the imagination.
“ …A mop swishes across an almost holy rectangle of white light, glowing on the kitchen floor. The rectangle leaps out like a projector-lit movie screen in darkness. As images of pen on paper, a woman seated by a typewriter, and games like the word ‘suspense’ followed by a film noir image of shadows and a lamp appear, one infers that Sousa is questioning not only the “spent moments” of the domestic life but of the creative life as well.” Wendy Brabner, Spiral, 1984
16mm film, 1984, 10 minutes, Silent