0:00 - 2:15. Looping sequence of Mickey Mouse with a neutral expression walking past eight buildings. Music is a constant banging of random keys on a piano. At around 1:42, the piano plays some of the notes of 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' from The Wizard of Oz, but it is unknown if this was intentional or not.
2:15 - 3:00. Music is cut by white noise, that, on closer listening, resembles the sound of a waterfall. At the end of the 3rd minute, the sound and picture cut.
3:00 - 6:00. Black.
6:00 - 6:35. Original looping sequence fades in with ambiance similar to an abandoned house in the winter accompanying it. Subtle deviations in the loop are noticeable when paused, with examples including, but not limited to, cracked windows, closed blinds, rust on metallic objects, plants growing out of the sidewalk, and Mickey blinking.
6:35 - 7:00. Ambiance begins to intensify, with creaking of boards and howling wind. Deviations in the loop become more pronounced, with trash cans being knocked over, doors being bashed in, bashed in windows, ivy growing on the walls of buildings, cracked edifices, footprints going into buildings, and Mickey's tail disappearing for several frames. At 6:42, Mickey's expression curls into a smirk.
7:00 - 8:10. Ambiance changes to a loud, continuous screeching sound that is described as grinding and metallic as well as grating to listen to, like metal grinding. In the background, talking can be heard. This talking is apparently a conversation, but matches no known language. The sidewalk begins to noticeably contort and move in directions impossible based on the physics of Mickey's walking. At 7:05, Mickey's smirk becomes a cheery grin. The buildings begin to look dilapidated, with high-up signs crashed down on the ground and whole rooms being revealed, as if a bomb had went off to expose said rooms to the elements. At 7:25, frames with splashes of color on them begin to pop up, with their occurrence becoming more and more frequent as time progresses. These color splashes look as if someone had accidentally spilled paint on the frame. At 7:40, Mickey's grin begins to stretch off of his face and into the heavens as his eyes sink to the bottom of his chin like a pair of rocks dropped in a lake and his ears and tail wither as if they were dying plants. Whole sections of the buildings in the background begin to disappear, with some parts apparently floating in midair. The sidewalk begins to go in geometric directions, with Mickey either passing through sections of the sidewalk or walking right over them. The sidewalk stops entirely by 7:50. At 8:00, the frames begin to flicker as the words "don't touch me" in Japanese are heard, stopping entirely by the end of the phrase.
8:10 - 8:40. The frame cuts to a shot of Mickey smiling as seen during the credits of every other cartoon that involves him, but his smile is wider than usual. During this whole sequence, a music box
is heard playing. The shot in interlaced with text of an unknown language resembling Ancient Greek.
8:40 - 9:04. [MEMETIC CONTENT REDACTED FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY]