"Jesper Just's films force us to question whether certain behavioural modes in contemporary western society have become outdated. To be truely uninhibited in reacting upon conditions in life has become rare. This is influenced by the education we receive and by a moral system delivered to us through religion and politics, television and cinema, advertising and other products of popular culture. Jesper Just uses imagery that kindles our knowledge of how behaviour "should be", while at the same time confronting us with individual actions that are "unusual". In doing this, he shows that human interaction - be it personal, social or politic - always contains an element of "psychodynamics." Such dynamics, which are often confused with some form of sexuality or eroticism, are analysed by Just as natural power structures that evolve between people."