Carrier waves are waves of constant frequency that do not by themselves carry much information. To convey information, an input wave is added in a process called modulation.
This second wave changes the contours of the carrier wave. Since the input wave is relatively weak, it relies on the much stronger carrier wave for successful transmission.
“The process of modulation is like hiding a secret code inside the carrier wave.”
Closely examining your films as carrier waves, we can detect hidden “messages” that offer some insights into your life.
In Come Live with Me, we encounter frequency signaling fireflies.
In Experiment Perilous, we witness you struggling with an overbearing husband.
In Eterna Femmina, you explore the curse of beauty.
Decoding all these modulations allows you to speak through your films.