The times of bad nights have come back yet again.

Leo sleeps soundly until one o’clock, then he starts to wriggle.
He disconnects from the ventilator even up to twenty,
thirty times a night, plus he gets tangled in pipes and cables, blocking the oxygen flow…

Alarms go off every five, ten minutes…

First night.
Second night.
Third night.
How long can one go on without sleep?

Helmut Newton, Jo Champa, Hotel Chelsea, New York 1988