“Loneliness” by Elizabeth Dougherty, Meri Faulkner, and Morgan Robinson
Visual Description by Brad Irish
[The entirety of this video is in black and white]
0:00: The upper-body of a woman, standing in a field, facing away from the frame, looking at trees in the distance.
0:06: After a fade, the same women, in the distance: the frame now shows
her entire body.
0:13: After another fade, the woman is now further in the distance.
0:18: Screen goes black.
0:25: An empty rocking chair, in front of a bed, rocks.
0:38: After a fade, a close-up on a lit candle. The flame
extinguishes as the screen turns to black.
0:42: A woman, sitting outdoors, in front of foliage.
0:47: A woman, with her back to the frame, stares down at the grass.
0:52: A figure, walking along the shore of a beach. A pier is in the distance.
1:00: A piece of driftwood on the shore.
1:13: A woman, standing in a field, facing away from the
frame, looking at trees in the distance.
1:19: After a fade, the woman is closer.
1:24: After a fade, the woman is closer still; now only her
upper-body is present in the frame.
1:32: Raindrops hitting the pavement.
1:37: In an urban space, a distant figure, holding an umbrella,
walking away from the frame. A building, lightpost, and bicycle rack
are in the distance.
1:42: The screen fades to black.