Lucas VERDEJO WILLIAMSON, Ariel RIFFO, Paula ARMSTRONG
On this film we submit to silence, the shameful silence of taxation, which leaves us in hypnosis alone. Thus the scarecrow inhabits its ancestral land, as a metaphor for the daily litany of existing in a capitalistic culture. Working on a so-called happiness, carrying on his shoulders the ignominy of resentment, however, labours the land of despair.
The destination is more terrible than we think, without any dialogue a group of mysterious men arrives wearing a suit and tie with a document of earthly expropriation. The Scarecrows look to this man, while one of them is about to receive the document and take orders.
The scarecrows are chained, forced to work with genetically engineered product that gives them the great empire.
During the work, one of the scarecrows falls off, in an act of solidarity despair, the protagonist feeds him the same product of their harvest so the character recuperates forces overwhelmed. The surprise is that, as this becomes a man, similar to the foreign subjects who bought their land.
These men, with grey eyes begin to pressure the protagonist, and this feeling the intolerable pressure of the system, he decides to eat the fruit and accept the submission of its transfiguration.