“If someday, people, I mean all people, would get tired of tales, I think their souls would dry, would melt, and the world would resemble a waste land. This misfortune will not happen too soon ‒ neither next week, nor next autumn, nor even after a thousand of years. Certainly, other millions and millions of facts will take place before, life’s flood will flow further on, with storms and fallings in love, with diseases and children’s laughs, with wars and friendships, with financial crises and apple trees in blossom, with white, with black and with infinite shades of gray. And facts will always be followed by tales, because each fact is seen differently and in all manners of ways. These tales are ours, they belong to all of us, and without them we should die of thirst, we should drop off. In the end of the end, I mean, it will be a unique great regret, the fact that we’ll not be able to tell it.”
(Filip Florian, All the Owls, 2012)
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Meanwhile, the Owls - Expozitie personala la Centrul Cultural Palatele Brancovenesti, Mogosoaia, 2014 - un film de SENSO TV