'Impatience', the experimental silent film directed in 1928 by Charles Dekeuleneire, is accompanied by original music written by the Belgian band Amatorski. The limited-edition video also features a film of a simultaneous live performance of the soundtrack by Amatorski as the film was screened at the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels in 2012. Charles Dekeukeleire was an unsung hero of early experimental cinema. Influenced by the ideas of Futurist and Dadaist artists, he wanted to create 'pure cinema'. He was only twenty-three when he directed 'Impatience'. Amatorski, who combine rock with electronic music, has been described by The Guardian as "the best Belgian act around at the moment". They have written a magnificent new soundtrack for the film, a continuous, 36-minute piece which includes abstract sonic textures as well as soaring, enchanting melodies.