A delicately woven tale of human nature that speaks to the need for interpersonal connection and the bravery it takes to escape the inertia and safety of our existence and go beyond the boundaries that confine us.
Well, I can't honestly say that I entirely understand this. The climax is when he pulls himself out of the hole of his own death, then wraps himself in the hole. All of the characters (J, N, and the giant hand) are the same person, and all of the events seem to be occurring within this person's mind. It's an abstract projection of themselves. It's a metaphor for loneliness. It's the tension of wanting the stability of identity versus the desperate need for connection and change.
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