This wonderful Polish non-narrative animation takes as its theme the constriction and confinement in which we often find ourselves. Viewers will be able to consider when barriers and borders are and are not necessary. In this regard, the film connects to Enough, as another thematic exploration of the role of frustration — and quashing frustration — in modern life. The composition of the visual sequence is an important way to consider the role of illustration in the emphasis of a theme; again and again, each frame draws our attention to the role of barriers in situations in which these might normally be overlooked. For example, the gates of the children’s play park resemble a fortress; the suburban rows of houses look almost as though they are a military encampment. These representations are at times comic and at times full of despair — in all cases, the idea of rules surrounding freedom of movement is present. In this way, the short film is an excellent way to introduce topics such as freedom of movement and social and civic competence in the classroom. Indeed, the film, like Enough, could be considered a primer in social contract theory.