The documentary also covers the effects the pandemic had on Ramadan, and the enjoyment people felt returning to mosques after stay-home orders had been lifted on June 24, 2020, and the emirate reopened with 30 per cent capability in public areas. They embody Immensa, which operates within the additive manufacturing functions, 3D printing services and digital inventory space. The documentary also covers the impression the pandemic had on the economy, via interviews with businesses both large and small, which have been forced to pivot to survive. The documentary, produced in collaboration with the government, options shots of empty streets, beaches and playgrounds at the height of the pandemic, interspersed with interviews with those who led the emirate’s response. The album in question featured a recording of Górecki’s Symphony No 3, Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, a 55-minute work for orchestra and soprano written in 1976. Its three movements, all sluggish, set Polish texts that mirror on motherhood, religion and death, together with a prayer that was inscribed on a wall in the Gestapo’s headquarters in Zakopane by an 18-year-old female prisoner.