Kotaro Tanaka's main theme can be summarized into one word, "gazing", which meaning and concept he is trying to expand. He narrates audiovisual "stories" without common scripts.
Pictures watched in "kaizer panorama" don't have the notion of the beginning and the ending as they are represented in cycles. In the meantime once cinema starts, it must certainly end. Since cinema has the property that changes eyes itself, space in cinema changes. In this movie, deformation doesn't mean drawing but is kept as the sign of the motion.
Many people enjoy shopping in the afternoon on a holiday. Only a camera is shooting the sight as if carrying out its purpose. In the result, time is cut and ticked apart. Despite a camera continues to move horizontally, people don't or move back and forth. After all there are various time axes in this movie. This is the structural movie about time.