William S. Burroughs had what is known as "The Bunker," a place of reflection into the depths of the humanity. What's your creative space like? Do you like to work in darkness? Do you like to have a view of the the world outside or do you prefer to be isolated?
Set in William S. Burrough's New York City apartment, the Bunker, this experimental film mixes images
and audio of the nuclear holocaust from Hiroshima, Burroughs, and real confessions.