This is the second film by Siri Melchior in the corpus after the fantastic Whistleless [Fløjteløs]. The premise of this short film is a dog and a cat that share the same body: although this sounds complicated, it is a clever use of the visual wordless form, clearly depicting a sense of identity ambivalence that all can relate to. The dog and the cat are in an accelerating conflict, fighting and hurting one another within the same body. There is no hope for resolution until the pair find themselves submerged in water — while they fight, they cannot hope to surface, and so the pair must work together to swim in tandem in order to survive. This sends a powerful message about tolerance and celebration of diversity for viewers aged 8-11 years old or even 12-15 years old.