IN(FINITE) is a social commentary that depicts the day-to-day life of a university student residing in Toronto, Canada. We follow him over several days, gaining a sense of his established routine – a morning run by the lake, getting ready for school, the morning commute, studying in the library, returning home. Going through the motions, all the while with ready access to water, has made him numb to his surroundings, and it is clear that he is unconcerned about taking any efforts to minimize his usage. He wastes water at the sink, uses plastic water bottles instead of reusable bottles and doesn’t appreciate how privileged he is to live next to the Great Lakes. This is up until his routine is disrupted and he is forced to reconcile with a hard truth, one he only sees when a lack of water starts to affect him directly. Sometimes those who believe they have plenty need an abrupt reminder that what they currently have can’t and won’t last forever – water is not infinite, despite us wanting to believe that it is. But even with a newfound awareness and recognition of the issues that affect so many millions around the world, is it enough? Will we change?