The scientific observation of a cave turns into science-fiction. A levitating meteorite seems to back this hypothesis. It becomes even more obvious with the acoustic measurement of the place. Imagining a theory of catastrophes according to Zeeman or Thom, a theory of chaos according to Poincaré or Lorenz, or, more simply, a butterfly effect, would be like reversing the law of cause and effect.
Original version : espagnol, langues mayas.
Subtitles : français, anglais.
Script : Andrés Padilla Domene.
Screen : Dalia Huerta Cano.
Editor : Andrés Padilla Domene.
Sound : Homero González Sánchez.
With : Feliciano Tun-Xiu.
Production : Eric Prigent (Le Fresnoy – Studio national des arts contemporains).
Distribution : Natalia Trebik (Le Fresnoy – Studio national des arts
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