If the word “monument” conjures up images of the imposing granite walls of a temple, then “el monte” conjurs up images of a small town in Italy where the stone walls are built by hand and the local tradition is to carve each stone by hand. In this town, the stone is often carved to the shape of a hand.
I mean, like a statue or a building, but a monument conjuring up images of a town in Italy is no different.
A few moments ago I watched a video of a town that was carved by hand, on the Italian island of Elba. The video was a part of a documentary called “Monuments.” What I learned from watching the video was that the town was carved by many different hands, and that each of those hands was hand carving the same thing. It was the same monument. It was the same hand that carved the same stone.
This is an important lesson for any artist to learn. If you put your talent or skills to a task, it will come out just as real as anything we see on screen. This is what we see when our own hands carve our own monuments, and it is a simple lesson of how our minds, bodies, and spirits work.
A few days ago I got onto the stage and was surprised to see a scene involving a young girl standing in a fountain surrounded by large boulders. I thought it might be quite appropriate for people to create the statue of the goddess of war. That was a lot of fun. I didn’t have a lot of time to get to the scene, but I was surprised it didn’t have anything to do with one or the other.
A few days later I went to the same fountain. It was more like a scene from a horror movie, in which we are led into a room and seen a young girl standing in an open-air fountain surrounded by large boulders. She is surrounded by a large number of people, who are either very large (like a gorilla) or very small. The scene was quite creepy.
Maybe the scene itself was a set, but I dont know. I just didnt feel like this was the type of scene that needs an entire scene. It was just a scene in a fountain, and the fountain was big enough to hold a few people.
The reason the cinematography is so horrible is because it’s so easy to get lost in the surrealism and horror that it’s so bad when the whole picture is shot. It is also very hard to do anything that is realistic, such as make you cry, or make you feel like an idiot.
There’s a reason why I hate this scene. It’s so hard to convey what I’m feeling or what I’m thinking in this scene. It’s impossible for me to tell what emotions or feelings I’m carrying because they’re all so abstract I can’t really express them.
This is not a new problem. I have a friend who is a pharmacist and she has a long list of drugstore products that are so unappealing and disgusting that she just wants to throw them away. I say the same thing about movies, but this is much worse because that movie is a very real thing that exists and you can do something about it.