This experimental short film is based on a story from the Hungarian author, Géza Csáth. He is known for crafting dark, bizarre and surrealistic worlds in his stories, which he created while under the influence of a morphine addiction. This story in particular, titled Kálvin Square, takes place which in one of the oldest and busiest squares in Budapest. The story speaks about one day in the square without using characters or a defined storyline. I wanted to keep his story’s surrealism and half dream world, and also show the changes that have occurred from his era until now. I modelled the whole square with carton board and then projected footage I had taken of the square itself onto the model. The model adds depth to the projected footage and creates a layered, irregular and dream like atmosphere.