(2017, animation, digital, color, 9 minutes)
A woman is watched every day by the neighbor's cat, as she takes care of her exotic plants.
This perverted ritual comes to an end when the cat disappears.
Next spring a peculiar stranger pays her a visit.
"My film was inspired by a short story written by Ádám Bodor, in which I was initially captivated by the absurd situation of an unexpected visitor silently watching a woman in her own living room as she is going about her day. Introducing another layer of voyeurism and sexuality to the original work, my aim was to capture an atmosphere in which we have a glimpse of the characters’ various ways of coping with loneliness, desire, sometimes self-destructing fetishes, and where at times it is difficult to differentiate between reality and imagination."
2016 - Hungarian Film Critics Awards - Best Short Animation
2016 - Mediawave Festival (Komárom, Hungary) - Best Hungarian Animation
Cannes International Film Festival - Cinéfondation - 2016
Third Prize (ex-aequo)
Zagreb Animafest - 2016
Best Short Animation
Jury Special Mention
New Orleans Film Festival - 2017
Bilbao Animakom - 2017
Special Jury Prize
Best Hungarian Animation
Best Animated Short
Best International Animation
Grand Prize for Graduation Films
California Film Awards - 2018
Orson Welles Award
Sarajevo Film Festival - 2016
St. Louis IFF - 2016