'Men at night' examines man, in a period of existential space, in the suburbs, at night. It is an attempt to explore a daydream in the evening, a pensive moment where alternate lives, hopes, dreams, and unactualized ambitions can be fathomed. The camera, functioning as a portal to the subject, provides access to his life for a second in the night.
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