Is a short self- portrait based on the Romeo's lines in Shakespeare's tragedy- Romeo and Juliet. Interpretation is envisioned as a melancholic story of struggle - set in the dully dreamscape that witnesses unabled emotional states of longing and despair.
At given time a rush towards reconciliation to death reveals a brief, fleeting moment of connection between 'star- crossed' lovers until the dream to dwell is shattered.

Starting point of self-stageing fiction is using the concept of the cinematic fundamental apparatus based on intensive, emotional and cognitive relationship of the spectator with the spectacular female body coded as " to- be- look- at- ness".

P.M. 2009

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