"Interim" is a Stan Brakhage (1933 - 2003) film, directed in 1952.
Inspired by Italian Neo-Realism and relatively conventional in structure compared to his later works, this first Brackhage's film suggests a tentative encounter between a teenage boy and girl who meet under the city viaducts.
The young man meets the young woman under a bridge by a railroad. They shelter from the rain and exchange a kiss. The man grows sullen and leaves. The film starts with him and ends with her.
The music is composed by James Tenney.