A spectrum of grey from white to black which covers all areas of light and dark along the way. This video is not only an education of the multitude of greys in the world but also how light effects and interacts with tonals of white and black, and all that’s in between. The main character is a silhouette made up of what looks like sugar paper or felted fabric and is the most textured throughout the video making it easy to distinguish and follow. The surroundings are formed of ethereal, dream-like, washes of colour that blend and merge to make a misty ‘working’ universe in which the character lives, the edges of which are highlighted in streaks of white. Dappled rays of light and the occasional flash or block of red, makes for a powerful and moving animation. Beautifully executed and subtly done, this story is one we all know too well, and we all have our own ‘Soeng’. And make of that what you will. Throw in some nice texture too and you’ve got a recipe that makes me rather happy. Although rather melancholic, this animation is sufficiently beautiful to help you forget about the sadness and have you watching it repeatedly.