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I love these silent scenes, where the is thoughtful, but unspoken movement. And better than the silent still frames. Although they are also, often, needed to advance the story’s suspense.
The random and chaotic nature of the objects speaks so eloquently of the depths of Father’s illness. And the art is just beautiful. And NOW, in the nick-of-time, enters: … Fortimer?

cool! I’m glad it’s clear that the locations in the garden are tied to the father’s madness. I had a lot of fun coming up with different surreal scenes to include. Raven head coming up out of the ground? Done. Giant egg with an eye in it? Covered.

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