Memories and Dreams of a Better Life.
Rituals of everyday life.
Frau Vladusch is living alone in her kitchen, with a strictly organized daily routine and many little rituals. Everything is subjected to her rigid order. Her meticulous reiterations, restraint, and self control result of her fear of memories and her past: transgressions of her personal boundaries, experiences of violence, pain.
So she painstakingly keeps developing more and more methods to forget and suppress - thus prefering the emptiness of her daily life to reflection and change of herself:
Nicely she packs away her memories, hides them high up in the attic of her past. Only thus she feels safe, suppressing her feelings. But, by this routine she starts enjoying her self control, starts feeling it, yearning for it - well, loosing it, loosing control. At first in her dreams, then in dreamy daylight visions - her memories come creeping back, and open the field for new hope.
Slowly, Frau Vladusch starts to change.