The old museum, with its only elderly caretaker, worn out together. Halls filled with various things are rarely visited from outside. This is one rare day described in the film. Curious school students come to the museum. The woman is happy, but little by little the children's curiosity becomes unbearable for her.
The inspiration from this project came from my aunt who has been working in the museum for more than 50 years, she spends half of her day there and at home, it still feels like she’s in the museum. She acts and treats objects as they were museum’s belongings. You can move, use, change things at home, but not her. She prefers to watch beautiful plates and dishes from a glass dresser, rather to use them. If you don’t use it, it won’t break. She keeps this attitude not only with objects, but also with ideas. My character keeps the things safe by not allowing the time to go by, but doing this she is also thinking about herself, she is so connected to this museum, that time if it continues to move forward can take away her life too. This fear makes her block every change that comes from outside. It’s important to value, appreciate and care something, but it is also important to move forward, be open for change and development.