, for the same reason a person who has immense knowledge of grammar does not necessarily become a good writer, reading words of wisdom can not make a person wise
. I completely agree that creating moods and narrating a story or expressing thought growing in the mind are very very apart. After a period the biggest differences arise from most subtle changes, probably so overlying that it becomes difficult to identify and isolate them even. That is when the visual elements probably become less important. I forgot to tell during our telephonic discussion that I once saw a short film of life through an inanimate object. It was a chair on a porch you know... it was a planned shoot, but the chair showed the subtle differences so nicely you know, from a baby to his grandparents. The grand father would sit with a baby and play with him on the chair, the chair would be used by the blind grand mother to relax and think of the past, the chair was probably one of the things which was not changing in the house for the grand parents, she would sit there for long hours and probably think of the past, the baby's parents would use it less and rather use the sofa more ( moving ahead with times ) but when one day the baby's grand mother had died, he would come and sit there trying to connect to her, it was simply wonderful Ganshi, amazing. The Chair how it used to be once and then how it was now specially after the sofa moved in, the grand mother dying etc all symbolically showcased every contact points of life. Emotions of every kind getting expressed just so beautifully. I do not remember the name of the docu, but I can not forget it either. Expressions are everything for an artist, something so difficult to do in nature but surely possible. Simple and subtle images as yours here speak more.