“…something eminently abstract. (…) a web of transparent things and nameless objects, of words said and
words always unsaid, (…) as if time had been suspended, as if everything had died in the surrounding silence
(…). How can one show the invisible? (…) After all, a story of decadence and fear in which everything ends up
coming together in the most radical place of the story of each character: his or her body.