The raw material of the early film is nitrate that is extremely flammable substance and not allowed to be taken into vehicles.
Film loves fire, because it has a strong passion to express itself.
The soul of film desires to speak out, but it breeds in a silence body.
So I lit the film, releasing its passionate soul.
Flame is the entity of its yell, burning its roaring and howling.
When the film burns up, the sound finishes.