I watched the clip, I wondered why he didn't dance with the bag even just a little.
There is such beauty everywhere - I loved the leaves in the scene too, wonderful word use in the electricity in the air awaiting the snow - anticipation in nature is electric - it pulses... we only have to notice this!
...and the pure attention the girl had listening to him,
...the timbre of timidity yet certainty in his voice - and no his heart will not cave in... it will implode like the big bang of the universe - and beyond that be free creation in motion, free of fear, free of restriction in false musings of fear, free to be, free to notice, to dance, to laugh and to fully participate in his own life and to truly love.
I love this ^ love love love it!!!Video is a poor excuse, I know. But it helps me remember
The writer and director has enfolded their craft into itself!!!
When writing/directing a scene one becomes intensely aware across multi-dimensional layers, one becomes attention filled of every sensory detail in the delivery of the message, supportive and oppositional messaging, like a symphony in music. Most won't notice individual parts of it but they are playing on our senses. In a video one can replay segments and break it down, its sort of what our brain does in reliving things, except in our brain we rehash from one camera angle (ego) and its often skewed and obscuring other elements in the scene.
Compassion, in a way, creates a multi-camera viewing of a situation.
In a way all of us are living our movies and most of the time we don't notice that we are collectively writing/directing the scene, the players, the characters, the story lines in action, detail in the mise enscene - in this clip / in our lives - is absolutely paramount in awareness.
Nothing is irrelevant, but often so much that affects us, is overlooked.
Maybe my heart would cave in if I watched that movie