The film was shot on overdue ORWO tape, and confronts the experience of total darkness and blinding sun, at the same time confronting Sasnal’s artistic practice peculiar to film and painting. Most of the scenes were filmed in the artist’s family home and studio. The Polish title, “Koreks”—which is a name for a developing tank used to create negatives—refers to the undeveloped reel of film from 25 years ago, supposedly found in the basement of the house. The story describes an existential tension associated with the experience of parenthood and maturity—being son and father at the same time. Images from the past and memory, often unreal, overlap in the film with the presence and reality, just as generations do. In fact, it’s Sasnal’s father and son starring in the movie, and his own presence is represented in the images of paintings he created, being presented to the camera by both.