(get) off the ground captures the experience of beginning a new stage in one’s life, and the accompanying complications.
With the absence of personal clues, the viewers are denied of background information. Instead, what is clear is the state of being unable to place oneself in a specific time and place: shown through the uncanny, comical positionings of the figure as well as the suspended everyday objects which represent the practical and pragmatic, and the newly found difficulties of life as an adult.
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