“Restless” sheds light on the typical symptoms associated with ADHD,
particularly the challenges in sustaining focus, the tendency for excessivemovement, and impulsive behavior.
The central narrative revolves around a girl who discovers herself in an empty space where a variety of objects materialize sporadically. Engaging with these objects, she interacts and plays with them, yet not utilizing them as originally intended. Each object acts as a catalyst for a different idea in her mind, acentuating her restlessness and her perpetual oscillation between the realms of childhood and her vivid, imaginary world.