"In the realm of moving film, my endeavor is to encapsulate the intricate workings of a creative director’s mind, unveiling the imaginative world they traverse when embarking on a project. This involves sharing a love for both her childhood dream of becoming an astronaut and her current dedication to a fashion project, a pursuit essential for both livelihood and passion. Exploring the concept of ""No Mind"" in spirituality, the film delves into how this state allows a creative flow to run wild. Drawing inspiration from cinematic gems such as Park Chan-wook’s “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Okay” and Ben Stiller’s “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” the narrative navigates pace changes, revealing the sporadic and ruleless mind of a creative immersed somewhere outside of the present moment. Built on my own self-reflection and influenced by works like Rick Rubin’s “The Creative Act,” the film emerges as a conduit or even homage, reminding us to acknowledge that our post-humanized attachment to fashion and livelihood originates from the sporadic creativity and imagination of our childhood selves. It lays bare an idea of thoughtfulness to the internal thought processes of the female protagonist as she envisions herself within the ongoing project. Serving as a reflective canvas, the film showcases my own personal practice, illustrating how I initiate a creative journey, allowing my inner child, bound by no rules or limitations, to ponder both imaginative and delusional thoughts. After all, progress often comes with a blend of both elements."