AN ARRAY OF DYNAMIC METAPHORS THAT DEPICTS THE EMOTIONS OF AN ANDROGYNOUS CHARACTER WHILE THEY ARE AT THEIR LOWEST POINT.
This narrative revolves around an unnamed character who is androgynous by nature. The story’s title, derived from the saying:
‘Some days you feel at the top of the world and some days you feel at the bottom of a pit. And they are both okay’
– A friend,
tells a highly metaphorical adventure of a constantly falling character. Who, throughout their journey, faces multiple mental obstacles or emotions which are portrayed visually with the use of elemental effects that interact with them and leads them to point where their emotional and physical capacity is tested to the hilt. Will they conquer their emotions and come out on top? Would be the question that will be answered through this narrative.
The film follows of the concept of using dynamic metaphors which may seem ambiguous but are intentionally placed in chronological order. The goal of the story to create an open to interpretation sort of ending where the audience is left to decide the final fate of the character by emotionally making them relate to those visually orchestrated emotions.