Description: A short movie about time-perception. Using a deconstructed text about time-management this film questions our tendency to use efficiency as a tool to keep up with time. Over an average life you'll spent 7 years in the bathroom, you'll spent 6 years eating, you'll spent 5 years waiting in lines, you'll spent 4 years cleaning house, you'll spent 3 years in meetings, you'll spent 1 year searching for things. One of the best exercises of self-discipline is to take the time and to think through and plan out everything you do before you begin. The very worst waste of time is doing something very well that need not been done at all. There is never enough time for everything but there is always enough time for the most important things. So here's some advice. Think about that. The results will be interesting.