BlindDVD - 2015 | Norwegian
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A blind author. That would make everything okay again. Like the poor Frenchman (Jean-Dominique Bauby) who had to blink an entire book to reclaim - the status he'd had as a fashion editor.
You've had children. They can be a handful, even if you can see. What if something happens? It's a hereditary disease. You want your child to risk going through this?
Nobody wants to be with someone who has issues. Not in the long run.
He found uncharted waters within himself. Weird perversions he thought were unique. But even they had been categorised long ago, - made searchable for everyone. He envied girls. No matter how they looked, what they lacked - in terms of the ideal, there were men who wanted them, - who celebrated them on websites
and file sharing networks. Not everything appealed that much to him. But who was he to judge? Some things he never grew tired of.
Being close to a warm, breathing woman was something else. The female body held no secrets for Einar. He could instantly distinguish and categorise the bodies passing by. But the Internet couldn't tell him how it would feel to touch these bodies. Or if they touched him. Two soft breasts against your back. Fingers gently stroking your neck.
I start with something fairly simple, something you've seen countless times. A tree, for instance. An oak. On a field or something. The bark. The cracks in the bark, the knots or whatever you call them. Smaller things are easier to visualise. A dog, a... A German Shepherd. Places are harder. It helps if I knew them well before it happened. The apartment we used to live in, our favourite restaurant, - my husband's office or that shopping centre downtown. You have to use your memories. Take care not to be derailed. And start to associate. They're not really memories. Nobody can remember a whole building. Not every single detail.
There was increasing distrust of loners, specially men. He could tell. He still thought about the quote: "How one man's hate could unite us all in love."
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