A Venus fly-trap can be seen engulfing a frog, while a rotting fox's head is sped up to reveal maggots feeding off the corpse.Rebirth is also recognized through an image of a woman being "washed clean" from her sins in a lake, as well as a Reverend blessing and possibly performing an exorcism on a member of his congregation.The sequence's transitions were constructed differently, though; they were made with a Polaroid transfer technique.The last frame of one shot and the first frame of another were taken as a single Polaroid photo, which was then divided between emulsion and backing.
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Some of the footage used in the sequence was filmed on location.
Digital Kitchen then took a four-day trip to Louisiana to film as well as shot at a Chicago church, and on a stage and in a bar in Seattle.
The emulsion was then filmed being further separated by chemicals, and those shots of this separation were placed back into the final edit.