On an otherwise unremarkable Tuesday in June, the passage of human time grinds to a halt. Children cease to grow older, no new life is birthed
into the world, and the specter of death is curiously absent. Yet, nature remains untouched by this temporal aberration: days give way to nights,
plants reach for the sun, and animals continue their cycles of life.
Shutter Speed delves into the lives of seven individ uals in the wake of this anomaly. For Jenny, who is critically ill, this cessation is nothing short of a miracle. For Jakob, on the cusp of welcoming
a child, it’s an agonizing impediment. Mean while, the nascent love between Ellen and Philip undergoes a transformative shift. As desperation mounts, a pressing question emerges: What must
be sacrificed to set the world right?
Shutter Speed weaves a mesmerizing tale about the unforeseen consequences of endless time. It beckons readers to ponder our connection to our own mortality, our perceptions of time, our bond
with nature, and, most critically, our acceptance of the inescapable march toward death.