Interviewed were people met in ordinary shops, bars, restaurants, and on the street, at more than 40 locations across Yamaguchi. The "interviews", however, were not done in a journalistic style, but in the ordinary everyday manner of a customer (consumer) entering a shop, greeting, and asking where the items on sale were produced or grown, and whether they have been examined. After selecting a total of 14 recorded interviews, the actual dialogues were written down to be used as lines for the performers recreating the interviews on a stage. The resulting performances are captured in this video piece.
With the two-fold duality of mixing non-fiction and fiction, and having performers play interviewers and at once face questions as dramatis personae, the piece highlights people's mixed reactions to pollution and nuclear power; the presence of "air" that encourages normative behavior; and furthermore, the gaps in interhuman relations that keep growing due to different ideologies.