Home of the not so brave
Stories from apartment number 12
What would you say if the hero or heroine of our story is an apartment? A simple apartment, unspectacular, one that you find in those pre-war buildings, large rooms, high ceiling, oversized doors.
Our main character goes by the name: Apartment number 12, third floor, 98 square-meters.
In Home, Stories from apartment number 12, we chronicle the life, over the years, of some of number 12 renters. The Jewish family that lived in the apartment in 1930; The single man that occupied the space in 2016, the couple in 1970, the roommates in 2015.
Their life, like the life of apartment number 12, is unspectacular. Home is the story of human irony, it is a closely observed account of life and experience of people who happens to live in the same place at various times. Their lives unfurl before you and you can slot the characters into a thick set of imaginary and probable relationships. For the audience, assembling these lives together is kind of like assembling a puzzle. Life is something where you try to arrange the puzzle pieces into a coherent picture, but which is always tricking you. In the end the only thing that bounds these stories together is apartment number 12 and the random fact that they shared the same living space.
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