With energetic grip and spreading leg the "girl" - more adult woman with Egyptian-looking face - steps into the path of a bull. Like a red cloth she throws herself in front of him. Is that physical desire? The seizure of the feminine from the male? Is it a dance? Is it addiction? We are reminded of the bull of Minos, with whose wife, according to ancient Greek mythology, he fathered the Minotaur, a monster to whom thousands of virgins were sacrificed. All of this is about power and obsession, but is here really the bull the agitator?