‘documentary’ & ‘fiction’ = ‘life’ & ‘concept’?

it’s kind of relevant if ‘shape of soul’ is produced in a crematorium since it will lend itself effortlessly to a rather powerful narrative. if the objects are produced independently at/with glass manufacturers for a fictional construct, the impact will be completely different.

you say: “Is it important to realize a project in a documentary (i mean everything is really happened) way?   i think it is really depends. As i think it is really about what you would like to relay more: the weight of life more or the concept more?”

it’s not about what is more  important. it’s about the fact that ‘documentary’ versus ‘fiction’ does not comfortably translate into ‘life’ versus ‘concept’. many ‘documentary’ approaches have very strong concepts.

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