yes indeed......all art is very subjective.
@ IN REALITY
This is about the life of an eccentric artist more than anything.....he lived independently until age 90 ( he must have done something right!) I get the sense that he was also very stubborn:)
Many artists leave a legacy of sadness, mystery and intrigue behind when they die, in addition to their art which sometimes is not appreciated until many years after they are gone.
I saw the show last night, it was a beautiful interpretation of life imitating art, it was a reminder to celebrate life. I enjoyed the costumes, the dances and the subtle beauty of the music score.
I think Romano Gabriel would have enjoyed it!
is there any proof that Robert was really in Reno? did anyone see him? did he check into a motel or anything? was it typical of Claudia to drive up to the river by herself? it would seem that if she wanted to kill her child, she could have done so at home......this entire thing does not make any sense. Interesting that this is the same road that Robert took to get to Reno... and his tears seemed very forced to me when I viewed that video....the man seems weird to me.
Jeff......the knives and I.D. cards were not the work of the toddler, but of a very mentally ill Claudia. I can't imagine why Robert thought it would be a good idea to leave that baby alone knowingly with a woman who he now claims was battling postpartum psychosis....he knew this and still left. His 82 year old father is certainly ill equipped to deal with a situation of this magnitude....didn't he have friends who could check in on her? I know that nothing can bring beautiful Sofia back and it may be pointless to ponder these thoughts, but maybe,just maybe if this tragedy is fully explored, someone else can be saved and helped as a result.....there is such a stigma against mental illness, and help is few and far between, families are pretty much on their own...it is a very hard place to be.
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May 21, 2015
vol XXVI issue 21
The War on Hippie Christmas
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