SUNNY AFTERNOON is the confrontation of 'kind of' an avant-garde film with 'kind of' a music-video, and thus puts questions about the standard taboos and cliches of both 'genres'. Both avant-garde film and music-video also parodies music and sound 'typical for the genre'. SUNNY AFTERNOON explores images of reality, representation of reality, illusion and even abstraction and in that way underlines the specific possibilities and meanings of the artistic image in general. SUNNY AFTERNOON is based on the lyrics of a song composed 25 years ago and brings a film-project to an end, which had first started 20 years ago. So of course this is also a reflection about time. SUNNY AFTERNOON is a self-portrait.