The philosophical and ironic parable of KLIM. The director is Vlad Troitsky.
Each of us has a place in ourselves, similar to a loft or a forgotten old suitcase, where dust and oblivion - it is time to disassemble, discard, burn or fold, remelt, but we courageously turn away from this invisible internal junk to anyone, because it seems to no one interferes. And we almost forgot about it ... but it invisibly affects all the events of our lives - uncontrollably, unknown, unclear to ourselves, to our decisions, our affairs, our love ...
And what if one parted with this attic? Let him go, realize him, understand him, and find his place? What do we feel? What will change? ... Can we become more free, can we understand ourselves, can we learn to love? ... And our love from endless suffering will finally turn into true joy ...
She was haunted by a dream
the stairs of Abraham to heaven
Abraham's old fire escape
stairs to heaven
every night she climbed on it, pulling behind her
a hefty suitcase back to heaven
with some incomprehensible enthusiasm
of the last forces, but once
up there she saw a man
he flew towards her and smiled
and as he flew by, he grabbed her suitcase from her hands
she was sorry for her suitcase in her sleep
when she talked about it, she laughed…