A cash point in Athens in July 2015. Representing the primary point of engagement between the individual and state-¬imposed capital control, the cash machine continues to exist as but a waypoint in a haze of spending and inclusivity in the contemporary city. This short documentary films it in its new role as both an antagonist and site of performance. This crisis has been represented on all platforms in accordance with agenda, not surprising given the sensitivity of the Greek political climate as they contest their territorial status in a European Union. This film exists as a non¬statement on the limits of commodified media and active ideology in mis¬representing practical realities.