My experimental film has to do with running water and how it compares to water in the natural world. To achieve this effect, I took shots of running water in a shower and an actual person running in a wet environment. By inter-cutting these two different points of view, I was able to convey a feeling of continual movement which is reminiscent of running water unless it is turned off. My color, royal blue, shows up in only a couple of instances – the shoes of the runner and the towel in the bathroom – but it connects the two different scenes in the video. Blue is usually considered the color of water and the items that are blue in the film connect to the theme of running water. The running in blue shoes and blue jeans is physically running and is inter-cut with shots of running water to connect these concepts. In the final shot of the film, the tilt down on the blue towel is meant to convey the feel of falling water which is happening throughout the film in various different places. I was able to connect the feelings and aesthetics of the inside world to the outside world through my editing. There are some shots that are similar (the shot of the drain and of the rain on the puddles) which convey the feeling that the inside is similar to the outside while there are shots that are purposely different (the shots of the shower head and the runner splashing in the puddle) which contrasts the controlled nature of running water and the uncontrollable nature of outside. The overall lighting and feeling of the inside and outside shots highlights the differences between the controlled and natural world.