A cheesy giant monster fight film reminiscent of the Japanese and American giant monster movie genre of the 1950s-1960s.
This is a study in the play of light and shadow on a revolving form. Through backlighting the object, the shot becomes scaleless, and its revolutions push and pull the amount of light.
It's a sea slug.
Triangle plus light plus nuts plus screws plus shadow plus camera plus string plus straw plus servos plus control board plus computer plus time plus electricity plus bearings equals Triangular Bearings!
A medley of majestically mirrored mechanisms that rotate.