A reinvention of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, a rock-opera on consumer societies and the rise of xenophobia in Europe, set in contemporary Manila.
“We speak about the opera of the 19th century; it is considered the summit of dramatic art.
“The cinema is the public seat of feelings in the 20th century. The organization is set up thusly: Even sad feelings have a happy outcome in the cinema. It is about finding comfort: In the 19th century the opera house was the home to feelings. An overwhelming majority of operas had a tragic end.
“If, in all ideology men and their circumstances appear upside-down as in a camera obscura, this phenomenon arises from their historical lifeprocess as the inversion of objects on the retina does from their physical life-process.”