A methodical young man is feeling like his life has been snatched from him and plots a scheme to commit suicide. In a confused state of mind, he drives his car to a park wearing a suit and carries a rope in his hands. He parks his car, and while preparing the gallows in a tree and checking his watch, he repeats the sequence of words "rope, suit, park, hang" in his thoughts as if it was a check list for committing suicide. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sometimes those who have nothing find each other.
Did You Know?
The line "words on a wire" is a reference to Ian William Sewall's book on storytelling entitled 'The Folkoral Voice' where he discusses the metaphor of "birds on a wire." Ian William Sewall is the director, Ian Clay's father. See more