The movie ‘TECHNO’ is a short and dynamic story about alienation and self-isolation. Just like the old story about a tree falling in the woods the movie reflects on the question is there going to be any sound if an old man plays his accordion in the metro while no one's listening because everybody has their headphones on. In the very beginning the movie descents us gradually into the world of the underground life until through a wall of red light we enter a space with no clear boundaries full of colourful characters and indecent behaviour. Lead by the subjective camera we follow through an ever escalating nightlife story. Intimate couples, erotic dancers and a crowd full of over excited shaky people. But among all these eccentric characters our look always catches one particularly strange. An old man playing an old fashioned tune on his accordion opposed to the loud electronic music. He pops up now and then but nobody involved in the “party” seems to notice him. The rhythm goes faster and faster and cigarette smoke naked bodies and pouring alcohol all merge together in a wild orgy until just as it reaches its tipping point the wild party is suddenly interrupted by a bright fluorescent light and the sound of a dead phone battery. A mobile phone goes into the frame and we see the stressed-out look of its owner - a teenager inside a subway waggon whos fantasy we’ve been witnessing all along. He looks around the metro waggon that he’s in and we notice the same faces we saw earlier inside the nightclub. The train stops and all the passengers exit it except for one - the old man with the accordion who’s still playing his simple old fashioned tune.