PdV: The point of view is where it all begins

PdV: The point of view is where it all begins

By Igor Postiga

“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Yet there are those who open many eyes. Eyes are the mirror of the soul, someone has said. So we look closely at the eyes to see the nature of the soul. Sometimes when we see the eyes, those horrible times when we see the eyes, eyes that…that have no soul. Then we know a darkness, then we wonder. Where is the beauty? There is none if the eyes are soulless.”

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*“Closed eyes cannot read.”

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1 Young and Beautiful, film by François Ozon, 2013 · 2 Log Lady in the opening of episode 06 of Twin Peaks, 1990 · 3 Spellbound, film by Alfred Hitchcock, 1945 · 4 Glasses for typing practice in the film Alma Corsária, by Carlos Reichenbach, 1993 · 5 Glasses for viewing small objects in the film Atomic Blonde, by David Leitch, 2017 · 6 The Pillow Book, film by Peter Greenaway, 1996 · 7 Walter Van Beirendonck, Spring/Summer 1998 · 8 The Labyrinth of Faun, film by Guillermo del Toro, 2006