We hear the voices of two women, one of which asks the other one what she thinks about the fact that someone might be listening in on their conversation. What follows is a fierce stream of thoughts that digs to the heart of the problem of surveillance. We hear the woman’s anguish. She speaks about the helplessness of us all. "Who do you want to turn to?", she asks, knowing well that we are a mere toy of the gaze of others. What got lost? What could still be saved?