A connection to a time, food and a person who serves it, interactions that become a part of our nostalgic past.
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Producer/s : Pracheta Ahana,
Director/s : Fahim Arif, Pracheta Ahana
Writer/s : Connie Rhye,
Actor/s : Max Mystel,
And that's a wrap
Actually, the blurb understates it, for the voiceover reminiscence goes off into timeless and infinite realms. It wonders if the weekly transaction will be repeated through seasons, political cycles, generations of children growing up (and disappointing their parents), and ever and onwards through the birth and death of stars and the afterlife of humans…
Then, lest such philosophical speculation become too grandiose, it’s all pulled back down to earth when one Sunday events take a new course. Such is the scope of this miniature that it’s permissible to view this change as a butterfly-effect occurrence that could change history. Or more, as nothing less than the splitting of reality and the creation of an alternate universe.
The wrap came with garlic and chilli. It didn’t mention the lashing of William Blake, or that the falafel man didn’t know it was infinity he was putting into the palm of someone’s hand.
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