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Mein Converse is my first short movie. It has been written, directed, produced, shot, choreographed, costumed, acted by me. It is an obvious protest against the use of heroin as a placebo in curing asthma. Thanks to the magnificent acting of Sarah Golderman, this short movie is candidate for best animation feature film at the 42nd Brunel Museum of Civil Engineering in Rotherhithe.


When I was twelve
My doctor let me touch
A real human brain.
A real human brain,
all of its electrical impulses
all of a life of thoughts in that
moment, in my bare hands.
That very day 
I decided I would have
become a brain surgeon.


Today, I finally after
many many years,
became a waiter.
As I walk past you,
You pretend not to see me -
He stares me and laughs.
As i wait for your ring
to bind me - I'll keep playing
a bit more with him.
All you left me was
a reminder - You getting
married not with me.
"Why are you slapping yourself?"
"Why are you slapping yourself?"
"Why are you slapping yourself?"
"Why are you slapping yourself?"
"Why are you slapping yourself?"
And so on for 278 pages.

(Girlfriend in a coma by Douglas Coupland. Harper-Collins Canada)