Filmmakers Bingham Bryant and Kyle Molzan toy with the viewer's kneejerk inclination to search for meaning by posing twenty questions and answering none of them. Because she is thrown into this without many clear answers, one could argue that Charlie is the audience analog— although that would also imply that Charlie has clear motivations, which she does not. One could equally argue that Helen is the audience analog because of the way she, like us, searches for meaning within an image of which there may not be any. "Any depth or dimension is entirely mine" is a line spoken by Helen that could perhaps mirror any various interpretations of this piece. At one point, the two main characters walk around an art installation wherein the paintings on the walls seem to skew more crooked within the frame throughout their conversation. It's a brief but dizzying sequence that forces the audience to re-assess the lens through which the girls are observing the aforementioned forest footage. "Why not keep the image of the tree but change my purpose for looking at it?"