I made a sequence with only 4 shots. The first one was looking around the kitchen. I am not sure if the pan/tilt camera is good choice but the frame/shot introduce place where we are. I wanted some fast looking such as our eyes do (move - pause - move - pause). The attraction about bottle is expressed by a move back and a zoom on table where the bottle is. So, four frames which I drew are within one shot. I do not like the moving of camera and maybe I should try to make new shots divided in few frames (perhaps) to see a difference. The shot is dark because I changed exposure in order to not having burnt spaces in windows. I made close-ups frames of two shots of unscrewing and drinking and it works good I think, we see what the hand are doing and the pour is understandable. The shot of attraction of sound I made by a try to copy move of a head. Just as we quickly move to direction of a sudden sound.
It was not easy as I thought. I noticed when I saw the film several times as I was cutting it that I miss a face of the person. It is not typical for a film storytelling that we see everything from POV (first person).
Here it is, all comments are welcome: