The film, said to be About Endlessness, is an experimental film composed of a number of brief and, at times, darkly comic vignettes which explore various and often banal aspects of human life, narrated by an anonymous woman. The film is in Swedish with English subtitles.
The film contains thematic material in the context of two depictions of family violence, a depiction of events which echo the crucifixion of Jesus Christ (in the context of a nightmare), visual references to the execution of a soldier, and a visual depiction of the lead-up to Adolf Hitler's final moments.
The film contains a visual depiction of the aftermath of a stabbing, a depiction of a man being whipped and struck with sticks, and a depiction of a prisoner being tied to a stake in preparation for execution by soldiers.
The film contains use of the words "bastard" and "damned".
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