It's his job to recover the death chamber at an american prison after the executions of the condemned by lethal injection.
It's a ritual act in which the viewer becomes witnesses of an execution
Sebastian Mez was born in 1982 in Essen. He was a trainee at a film production company and directed several social ads and short films. In 2007, he began studying Documentary Film at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Film Academy. The same year, he directed his first documentary film about the death penalty in Texas, Do the Right Thing. His films include: Pure Water (social campaign, 2003), and the shorts Reloop (2004), The Tears of Eros (2005), Clean Up (2008), and Perceptio (2008).