Unarticulated possibilities that are only visible when not show in the reality of film. Or, the chance to believe in something that is normally not tangible. Attachment to the child like imagination. Something like that, in my opinion.
pen and ink seems more individualistic than the collaborative effort of a movie, no matter a director's singular vision
Someone above wrote so clever that I can write only one (or two;) - true, true... great movie!
You share the most delightful things.Thank you.
I keep thinking about this...maybe it has something to do with seeing the mark of the hand and the kind of things it conjures up...the pen, the ink, the brush, the paper...
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