Also a film written by Samuel Beckett, starring Buster Keaton, made in the early 1960s.

In Film, the protagonist has two facets: E (the Eye) and O (the Object). The Eye constantly pursues the object; the object flees all perception, all eyes that see him. Eventually it is revealed that E and O are one and the same; self-perception is inescapable.

About 30 minutes long and in black and white, a copy is likely available at your local arty video rental shop. While not quite a great date movie, it is quite stimulating. (As I found out after seeing it for the first time on a date... gotta love those pomo english major SOs).