Project Ján is a search for a man who disappeared during the First World War and is still listed as missing. Despite the fact that the project draws from old archives, soldiers' diaries or maps and is set in a specific historical stage, it is not a historical document. The author approaches the search for information in a detective way, even though he knows that he is unlikely to discover anything significant. He then poetically reconstructs this real information and combines it with symbolism and imagination. Although he uses old clothing, props and language, he does so only fragmentarily with the intention of leaving "many" unsaid. What matters is what cannot be seen, although we can deduce or suspect it on the basis of certain clues. For example, a shot of a sweaty horse whose activity we will not see, or details of hair in the soil, the origin of which we will not know. So the viewer also becomes a detective in a way and never sees what the characters see. In addition, the characters are often blind or have a reduced ability to see due to weather and other circumstances. Based on associations and intuition, we see not only different perspectives of seeing but also not seeing.