The film highlights Dave's homecoming as a pivotal point in his life where he decides to drop out of college and move back in with his parents in order to pursue his true dedication for making music. In order to express the emotional significance of Dave's childhood bedroom, Robinson set out to capture the story by creating projections to turn the room into an abstract plane of past realities.
Robinson comments "That room is the physical manifestation of the creative space he goes to in his head to make music. He's been creating in that space since this passion first sparked in elementary school. Every beat, every rhyme, every melody, every experiment, they are all absorbed into those four walls - some of them only exist in that room. I wanted to replicate that using projections where, over time, we see him in different stages of his process, tinkering and collaborating with himself the way one does in any creative endeavor.
Ultimately, the goal was to try to find a balance between those two aspects of his creative drive: that family love and support, and the introspective nature of his creative process."