A man and a woman walk slowly through the woods. The camera follows their steps. They seem exhausted. The woman stumbles and tries to hold on to the jacket sleeve of the man. Birds are chirping, crows are cawing. There is something both peaceful and ominous in the air.
Claudio Romano's Ananke is an observation of our selves, in parts based on Greek mythology. Romano explained the . . .
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