The Kids Are All Right
The Kids Are All Right

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In BLIND CINEMA, a grownup audience sits blindfolded in the darkness of a movie theatre. Children sitting behind them describe the film which only they can see, whispering in the ears of the adults sitting in front of them. Accompanied by the soundtrack, the children’s description is a fragile but brave attempt to put into words what they see.

An intriguing experience in which the act of watching a movie becomes a shared investment: a collaboration between children who can see and adults who are blind. The children see the movie for the very first time during the performance.