The Tunnel’s End attempts to capture the dichotomies and paradoxes of
beauty and sentiment, intellectualism and cynicism, hope and despair. The
film begins with the sounds of passage through a busy Paris underground
walkway. A man is heard selling a newspaper made by the homeless as
well as a woman selling trinkets including a small squeaking toy dog as
one moves in the direction of a solo violinist who is by no means an
amateur. This leads into an original contemporary classical piece which was composed on pianos in Paris and Manhattan several years before a digital orchestral arrangement was added in Barcelona and the video film clip was later edited in a Polish TV studio.