The film opens on a closeup of a caterpillar as it spasms into and out of abstraction before thudding against a hard surface, apparently dead. Dissolve to a scene in which one of Hayashi's trademark humanoid figures lies supine beneath tower blocks. It tries to sit up but is restrained, insect-like, by an invisible cocoon. It's then transported through a number of spectral environments, its lithe body plagued by paralysis and distortions - but then suddenly enlivened by meshed of colour.
Source: Asifa Magazine