Almost everyday a specific kind of event we call coincidence happen. Some coincidences seem not to affect us, nor emotionally nor intellectually. They are only simple coincidence. If we pay attention to the effect caused by the events on us, we could notice a different kind of coincidence, a sort of events’ convergence that stuck on us. Then we are sure that something important is happening, something that is very significant. Carl Gustav Jung called significant coincidences “sincronities”. In “There are no accidents” two little matches live a significant temporal convergence.

screenplay MICHELE PUTORTÌ
director MICHELE PUTORTÌ
animator MICHELE PUTORTÌ
LABWITHAVIEW FILMS 2007

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