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And after all this discursive talk, what at last does Bone say to Silence? We could try Is there anywhere we can go for a beer?
and that might get a little laugh, might qualify as ineffably human, almost religious.
Death, God, and attaining and maintaining a state of Grace are among the thematic strokes winding their way through the piece, rapturously illustrated with animation, still and video imagery.
It is a work that contains specific details about its themes, but sufficiently ambiguous and free of dogma, including religious dogma that, our futuristic visitors explain, is a vestigial leftover from an earlier phase of evolution.
A long time passes—long even in the understanding of stone—and at last Bone feels entitled to speak to Silence.
There are prerequisites: proper depth, aridity, desiccation, ph balance, density, and a kind of confidence. And when the conversation occurs it is understood on Bone's part what to expect from Silence, so one could say that expectations were low, but such is a pattern of our thinking, and in this case the entire dry dialectic is different, and in fact expectations were high.
Convinced he will find Sheila having sex with a stranger, Jake hunts for his wife upstairs, but instead finds himself in a compromising situation with the host, Rachel, a double mastectomy survivor whose overt desire entices.
A honeymoon in Paris takes a ferocious turn as Sheila rounds on Jake, “making him feel like a rapist”.
When therapy unearths an abusive past, Sheila’s recovery and subsequent sexual awakening seems centred on anyone but her husband.
And while Death is an ever-present rumination, so are Redemption, Affirmation, and Possibility.
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