Not by bread alone


I spent way too much attention on mechanics of scenes, and it made stories to be simple and profound, like an anime.
When Jenia talked, her voice and accent are so familiar, as if I witness my relatives, and they do talk like they don’t see or hear my reactions.
It is somewhat strange to applaud actors that can’t hear your appreciation. They learn about your existence only when you let them touch you after show.
When bride and groom talked with hand dance in front of the stage looking oblivious to spectators, it was so intimate, so gentle and strong. I don’t know if spoken word can ever be so telling.


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