A program in which myths are created and the reliability and nature of historical data and archives are addressed by rewriting the words and tampering with the images. Old home movies of tropical holidays are decontextualised in Unterwegs with Maxim Gorkiy and put into a formal artistic and historical framework - with tongue planted firmly in cheek. The art of film-making and storytelling is deconstructed through casual reinterpretation of editing-floor footage in Kulta-Aika. The Ginza Strip is a 16mm film that was finished using the 'chromaflex' technique; a very labour-intensive colour developing procedure that allows selected areas of the film to be colour positive, colour negative, or black and white. The film is also a reference to fables and memory, which are also two strong components of the myth of the lost continent of Atlantis. A paradise that was lost before it could ever be discovered yet can always be reinvented. The ultimate vision and the ultimate memory in 16mm Ben Russell documentary style.