Divided into two acts, the short film tells the story of an empty, robotic body that is no longer a being and exists only by the mere obligation of existing. It has neither wills nor actions of its own and when it does, it is only a reflection of everything it has been taught. In this experimental video, I deal with post-modern exhaustion and its consequences, direct or indirect. The inspirations range from exhaustion itself as an art form to the authorial-experimental cinema of the 1970s. An old JVC film camera was used to capture the material and it was made as a form of expression with clothes from my brand Exausta Corp.