It is a one reel color film which begins with the over-turning of a bucket of soapy-water on an asphalt schoolyard. As the water slowly flows across the asphalt, the camera records the textures and patterns of the soap bubbles, the water, the asphalt, and the sun reflection. These visual images are accompanied on the sound track by a harpsichord recording by Wanda Landowksa. In this, his very first attempt at filmmaking, Eames reveals his ability as a graphic artist, his eye for subtle, meaningful images.
[Source: Robert Pike Dissertation, 1960]