This six and a half minute film is designed to simulate a psychotic event developed by Janssen after five years of research on actual patient cases. The viewer is led through a point-of-view series of auditory and visual hallucinations while alone in a house. For people who have never experienced a psychotic event, gaining an understanding of the distorted reality involved in psychosis can promote sympathy for those suffering from hallucinations and can also be an enlightening experience. Visitors to the exhibition will only be able to experience this work by requesting headphones from the exhibition staff. Without hearing the audio for this video, the work has no risk of causing disturbance. The video begins with a safety disclaimer and the room in which it will be installed will have clear instructions and a warning. The exhibition staff will recommend that visitors with a history of mental illness refrain from watching the video and use their discretion in allowing the use of headphones.