Neither without a sense of humor, nor a sense of purpose, the essays explore old and new questions with playful scrutiny. This volume is concerned with the relationship between technology and art. What doer technology reflect of humanity? How is art changing? How must we redefine it? This book is about freedom from constraint. People are controlled through their sexuality. Cinema helps control masses through using sex in specific methods in support the agenda of global distributors. This piece will use film as examples of communication. Film communicates by manipulating audiovisual, technical, artistic, historical, and cultural elements to send deliberate messages. Quest for Questions is further intrigued by the hypnotic nature of desire. It is possible to trace desire, perhaps understand desire, but judge it?