Crying the Death of a Fictional Character

Crying the Death of a Fictional Character

Our feelings are not ours. They cross interpersonal boundaries, passing back and forth from one mind to another, returning to us as our own. Fictional characters with real depth can assume in our imagination, a vividness that may equal, or even exceed, that of some of our living acquaintances. Sometimes it's even impossible to separate the fictional from the real because of such powerful immersions.

Everything you can imagine is real — P. Picasso

Dreaming the world have emotional consequences not because the writer convinced us with his beautiful prose, but because our own lives are stories of our own imagination and we too are merely fictional characters.

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CREDITS

NameRoleContact
Ilies Terki
Directorwriter
Fernando Silvestrin
Screenwriter
Timmi Davis
cinematographer
Mariya Shlyapina
actress