When Day, a sunny fellow, encounters Night, a stranger of distinctly darker moods, sparks fly! Day and Night are frightened and suspicious of each other at first, and quickly get off on the wrong foot. But as they discover each other's unique qualities--and come to realize that each of them offers a different window onto the same world-the friendship helps both to gain a new perspective. Written by
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WILHELM SCREAM: When Night shows Day the drive-in theater scenery, a guy screams off-screen. See more
[Day and Night find themselves in front of a radio station, where a voice can be heard only when Day is in front of it
Fear of the unknown... They are afraid of new ideas... They are loaded with prejudices, not based upon anything in reality, but based on... "If something is new, I reject it immediately because it's frightening to me." What they do instead is just stay with the familiar. You know, to me, the most beautiful things in all the universe, are the most mysterious.
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References Finding Nemo
Pavane pour une infante défunte
Written by Maurice Ravel See more