A short Story by Thomas Boivin
Only 380 copies limited amount of Special Copies with a print
A short story. A love story. A dialogue. Love on the left bank meets Before sunrise. Playful, delightful, sad and heartfelt.
Wonderful text and wonderful images work so wonderfully well in the cinematic lay-out.
This life we live is a strange dream and
i don’t believe at all any account men give of it
-Henri David Thoreau
“A Short Story by Thomas Boivin is a lovely book. It’s a poetic affair, that tells the story of a relationship – from meeting across a table, to the beginning of passion, the apex, the highs and lows of a long distance relationship, final petering out into asymetrical falling out of love, separation, heartbreak and desolation.
It’s a universal story, and the words are universal in a way. They are not pinned down in some ways, and they are certainly not pinned to the pictures which have a floaty, nebulous feel to them. ”
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