We are writing because we have decided to come and find you.
We have never seen you and we miss you.
We talk about you all the time.
Mummy will be upset that we’ve gone.
Deep down inside we love her, don’t think we dont, but she doesn’t understand anything.
We don’t know what you look like.
Alexander says all sorts of things.
He dreams about you.
We miss you so much.
Sometimes on my way home from school
I think I hear footsteps behind me…
and when I turn to look…
there’s no one.
Then I feel very lonely.
We don’t want to be a burden to you.
We just want to get to know you…
and then we’ll go away again.”
- Lines from the film, Landscape in the Mist (1988) by Theo Angelopoulos
Mumford & Sons: Ghosts That We Knew
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Andrei Rublev | Andrei Tarkovsky | 1966
Synaxis of the Archangels
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