I thought I had enough of reflection on Sydney’s skyscrapers, but I just cannot help seeing more of them. Chifley Tower, after a former Australian Prime Minister—Ben Chifley, reflexes on Governor Philip Tower, after the first governor of New South Wales.
A hero flies above a vast field landscape, following a calling muse. Suddenly, skyscrapers implode from the ground. The muse is trapped in a metal cage and disappears. He finds himeself in a concrete maze. He MUST find the girl.
It is actually the Dream Sequence in one my all-time favourite movie, Terry Gilliam’s Brazil. The real scene is AMP Centre Tower and Governor Philllip Tower covered with fog in one Sydney misty morning. I find this image relates to that scence in the movie.