This silent video was filmed in the former residence of French playwright Jean-Baptist Poquelin (Molière), where he died in 1673. His last performance of the Imaginary Invalid included themes of hypochondria, health mania, belief in doctors, lack of attention and the public display of illness and ego. Clemens Wilhelm invited visitors to a small room in Molière‘s home where they were told to take a seat and speak the sentence „Je crois que je suis malade (I believe I am sick)“ into the camera. Because the film is silent, the viewer is prompted to focus on body language and facial expressions. The location of the video in a confessional caused visitors to think deeply about the words that are spoken during the rite of reconciliation.