When Oscar Brett lost his phone at a party, it evidently spurred his friends and him onto a two-fold journey. As he searched for his phone–police stations, GPS maps via the “Find my iPhone” app, retracing of footsteps–they also delve into the nature of modern technology, of that which we call “phone.”

“At this point, we’re not talking about a phone,” Oscar’s friend meditates, “That’s what it’s called, that’s, like, the name we have for it. But it does so much else…That’s the word we’re using for it, but it’s like: that’s not a phone.” Another friend offers this wisdom: “It crosses all of the spaghettis that there already were.” At the end of the video we hear Oscar himself. “Everything is everything. You know? Everything is everything.”