Before Lindsay Lohan got her latest accessory -- her house arrest ankle bracelet -- the troubled actress took the time to film a passion project of sorts: a 90-second film by artist Richard Phillips titled, 'Lindsay Lohan.'

In the clip, a serious-faced Lohan swims in an infinity pool, dons a black turtleneck, and stares at the ocean. There's no talking, no plot -- just slow scenes of a melancholy Lohan set to music.

If you're looking for an intellectually deep film, this really isn't it, but Phillips sees something special in the actress.

"Lindsay has an incredible emotional and physical presence on screen," artist Richard Phillips told V Magazine. "[She] holds an existential vulnerability, while harnessing the power of the transcendental -- the moment in transition. She is able to connect with us past all of our memory and projection, expressing our own inner eminence."