An Abstract Film
A young individual makes their way through Toronto's Kensington Market, subsequently writing the poem (that can be heard aloud through a voiceover) with an ink quill. The representation of the location's diversity mirrors the personal development of the individual themselves, experiencing and exploring the constant state of flux around them (both internally and externally); the character is intrigued by their own existence and the existence of the physical world. In contrast with the poem, the protagonist goes about their everyday life in the market (and the areas that surround it) with an air of grace and connectivity. In conclusion, the character begins to understand their purpose, even though they may be afraid that they have strayed too far from the familiarity and comfort they once knew.