The(Bat)Man, as portrayed in 'Oscillations', does not much resemble the one we know from American comics and Hollywood films. This one is wears a dark three piece suit, an overcoat, and is unquestionably a very disturbed individual. At one point he enters Arkham Asylum. The nurse at the reception desk looks at him for a moment, then decides to admit him. He then smashes her head off of the table. Later, he denies The (Cat) Woman's sexual advances. Clearly, this Batman is insane... about justice!
For a low budget semi-professional fan-film, 'Oscillations' is technically very well done. Aside from a fleeting glimpse of a cheaply rendered CGI Batmobile, the effects are very, very good. The lighting and atmosphere is heavy with gloom and Arkham Asylum seems to reek with a real human madness you wouldn't expect from a super hero short.
The acting is really good. Jaume Fargas as The (Bat) Man excels at horse blinder determination and wild eyed insanity. The fact that both Fargas and Véronique Leclerc (The (Cat) Woman) get into the buff for a not-for-profit fan film shows the dedication of all involved.
So, in summary, if you can make your high and low brows meet somewhere in the middle, or wondered what a (Bat)man movie would look like as directed by a young David Lynch, then without question 'Oscillations' is worth your while - should you be able to track it down.