Jemesouviens (stylised as "jemesouviens") is a video by Meatsleep. The video is one minute and two seconds long, and it was released in August-September of 2014.
The video opens with a high-pitched hum, and it plays throughout the film. Flickering television scan-lines also cover the entirety of the video. Images of the moon and its rotation around the earth are shown. The phases of the moon are then seen. We then see the moon flying across the sky, and then a lunar eclipse. As constellations appear, the word "Andromeda" flashes on the screen. This is followed by "The Lyre," "The Swan," "Perseus," and "Auriga." The scene changes to an ocean's tide, and the video ends with "But even the bright sun has spots."
The title of the video is "Je Me Souviens," French for "I remember." This is also the official motto of Quebec, Canada.
The video appears to be from an old documentary about the moon.
The words that appear on the screens are the names of constellations. The Andromeda, the Lyre (or Lyra), the Swan (or Cygnus), the Perseus, and the Auriga are all one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd-century astronomer Ptolemy and remain as some of the 88 modern constellations.