In most other cases the music would rest upon film frames, as if the symbiosis of sound and picture always enriches our perception of the work. With E.E. Engström, no such codependence is needed. The music does not act as an extension of pictures or frames, because both plot and storytelling are detached from their presumed haunt. They are independent. In this way, and at the same time, the soundscape creates and inhabits its own stand-alone whereabouts”.
– Karl Oskar Johannes Sjöberg, M. Sc. of Film Studies