This feature-length low-budget project intertwines three film genres: documentary – portraying the city from the personal point of view of its ‘characteristic’ inhabitant; live-action – the narrative line is presented with a fictional action whose form resembles the early stages of preparation for a stage play; and experimental – in terms of editing, i.e. connecting two different forms into a new, alternative form of cinematic unity. The visuals include documentary scenes of specific urban locations where the action ‘takes place’. How- ever, these spaces are ‘empty’ – there are no charac- ters and no actors’ interpretations, thus presenting a somewhat ironic context of filmmaking. An important element is the time when the action takes place: be- fore the script for this project was even written, it is set during the period when the basic idea for this film was born.