Started thinking about how the 'hit' could directly alter a course of action. Its almost like the undoing of something. The breaking of something set. I pictured a man walk monotonously and upon a certain number of hit, you are able to change his course, and change it again and again.
And what if that basic a narrative were to apply to a herd. Something like a Simon Says situation. Taking that further, what if there were a group of people marching (with great purpose) and upon an allotted number of hits 3 people leave the group to Jay walk on the other side. And then more join them...
and some more, until the previous action has no basis left.
Yet a new group has been formed and you need to go through the whole thing all over again to break that new 'conformity'.
It illustrates a helpless situation, at the same time, hoping, in small amounts, to give the viewer a sense of accomplishment of having achieved something only to realise it was futile.
This narrative im hoping to drive through one of the developed loops from my previous approach :
There is a box within a box within a box within a box.
Breaking every conformity results in yet another..
Though there is still something missing... it still stands as an extremely generic narrative. How can it be pushed further into something more visceral.
Not just men and boxes... ?