walk starts towards the prison and covers some residential areas]
chain link fence, graffitied walls,
an empty lot, boarded over windows
a spraypainted visage of some revolutionary
I 've lived in Utrecht for 10 years, and I've never been here before.
There used to be a lot of cars going around before they changed the routing
of the traffice.
peeks through a gate that has
'war' spraypainted on it]
[he peeks into an empty house]
What a nice place
I wonder why it's empty
You have the trains coming by a lot, but that is the only noise. Janneke told
me that. She lived around here.
They even have their own street. It's a street with a name. It's a public place,
but then you have a 'no entrance' sign beside it.
It looks like they are clearing out stuff.
[just then a very loud train goes by]
Did you see this program again last night about weapons of mass destruction?
I figured it would be nice to have a mass destruction of weapons.
points at the dog in the window]
He must be hot.
looks into another window]
We're turning into voyeurs
[train goes by again]
cross the street]
[we pass by the bus stop]
[a dog barks]
[it gets quiet except an occasional airplane]
[somebody we know passes by on a bicycle]