The video focuses on the impossibility of keeping the gaze fixed at the sky by a surveillance camera, which, carrying out its task as a controller, always returns the automated look downwards, towards what must be observed. The possibility to control the camera from a computer at a great distance allows who is looking to wander his look and get lost for very short moments in the passage of clouds in the sky, but then immediately it returns to the rigid architecture of a Danish farm. Machine movements allow you to look in any direction, the machine allows you to look upwards, but does not allow contemplation. The impossibility of keeping our eyes fixed on the sky reflects the difficulty of keeping great dreams alive and continuing to believe in them. The upward movement is a tendency, the upward force is the need to dream and look upwards to continue to raise our heads despite the constraints. Vertical displacement from bottom to top and vice versa is the tension that moves between big dreams and everyday reality.