"That day a phantom sound started to sound in my head: a beep and some locusts that only I could hear, or maybe somebody else did. As most of the people, I was running away from silence. Because silence is just the beginning". This is the way the director summarize his experience with tinnitus: non existent sounds wich many people hear in their heads. From this premise, he proposes a narrative and sensory mechanism that leads the audience's attention in how their interior sounds. Hypochondriacs, keep out.