I like the absurdity of headeless figures, whose conversation is now what we hear. It creates two levels of perception: a aural narrative one and a visual voyeuristic one. The heard conversation becomes quickly banal; but the observer position i find myself in as viewer is at once curious, anonymous, suggestive and compellingly human. I'd like to hear what you were goin for here.
The first thing that I thought of that I wanted to do with this was to show that our body movements/hand movements have almost as much to do with the conversation as what we are saying. After filming it, I realized how not being able to see their faces gave it more ambiguity. I thought, since we can see them but not identify them, it would make sense to hear them but not understand them as well.