The creases and lines tell us a story.
In order to examine and listen attentively to the patient's story, I extracted the creases onto a single sheet of paper.
When the paper is held up against a light the creases appear heavier and deeper, as though to show the patient's state of mind being exposed through close medical examination. Also, viewing the paper object from the reverse side makes the smaller 'scars' within the creases appear more noticeable, giving yet
another perspective to the story.
The movie slowly closes up to the details of the crease. This motion gives a sense that the patient's mind is being carefully examined by the viewers.