Five, Four, Three, Two
Albert Camus pointed out that Sisyphus may be pleased with his punishment as he pushes a giant rock up to a hill repeatedly. Because when he accepts his fate and lives on independent consciousness, the punishment of the gods on him no longer makes sense, and the meaningless punishment is no longer in vain. The film cites the mythology of Sisyphus, where the three characters played the same role, «human beings». Their unrelated daily lives are like destiny and cycle, without beginning and ending, without joy or sorrow. Perhaps, in the secular world, they (we) are all Sisyphus.