Fugue is a fictional narrative film, in the style of a dream-like documentary. It tells us about the life and thoughts of an artist, Dlanor Sebroff, who awoke one morning in his early career with an outstanding idea for a painting. Regrettably, as the day progressed, his great idea gradually faded and disappeared. Fugue contemplates memory and speculation, and the fragmentary experience of time – past, present and future – in our personal narratives.