A young woman looks for both a flat and intimacy in the big city while trying to overcome the pervasive alienation of the place. As she discovers new spaces and places, life’s prosaic banalities are confronted with physical dialogue and the emptiness of spaces in an anonymous urban landscape. How long can one keep these “limits” inside oneself?
Tereza Vejvodová is a graduate of FAMU Film School in Prague. The short film “Delimitation” is an experiment in classical narrative and modern dance. It allows the body to be seen as a free space, but encourages the audience to think in terms of the breadth of movement. And, perhaps, to leave the familiar “city”.