In this short film Belgian animator Jonas Geirnaert brings to life the experience of urban cohabitation in his clever depiction of a busy block of flats. The perspective of the camera is upon a panorama of a building, so that we can see inside four different flats and the comings and goings of the residents. The actions of one resident have an impact on the other; hanging a painting on the wall, washing clothes, watching TV, and so on. Viewers will be engaged with the representation of networked cohabitation, as the residents both irritate and rely upon each other. This award-winning short film is a great way to consider the theme of social and civic competence as related to tolerance and inclusion. It draws attention to the interdependence of peoples, places, and persons, and asks us to reflect upon something that we might normally overlook altogether: the experience of coexistence in contemporary culture.