White Light is a short film that lasts 4 minutes and 44 seconds. We can see a human figure moving in a snow storm, battling against the elements until the moment it breaks up and diffuses into the environment. This short was filmed in the polar circle. I created this film by replaying certain parts of the sequence. This film condenses several realities (stretched out) which arrive when we meet, or confuse someone with someone else as much as the medium, gradually as the film advances analog capture deteriorates and suggests a digital matrix, the frame.
The soundtrack comes from the sound of wind captured in the snowdrift, the "music" of the aurora borealis, scientists explain this as forces of nature (mixed explanations, often made in reverse).