Posts Tagged ‘film’

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This was my horoscope in some sort of pullout magazine thing in a newspaper last Sunday. It must have been the first I’d read them in ages:

My Horoscope

It seemed to pinpoint the themes in my film-to-be exactly. In fact, it gave me new things to think on. A sign, perhaps?

No biggie. Just exploring the themes of my film. Several things have occurred to me:

  • Post-mortem photographs were important to those left living

but

  • A life lived is more important.

Which leads me to my question: What is the point in memorializing a life that has not been lived?