Thursday, 9 December 2010

Opening 1

I think the first opening far surpasses the other ones. As I opened them, I realized that they got weaker and weaker, so I eventually decided to stick with my first choice. I feel that it beautifully captures the birth of the man, and the celebrations around him. His country has just been freed and he was born on the day this happened. He talks as if he has perfect memory of the event, which he does, and the way he portrays this gives a faintly rustic and ancient feel, while the other openings are simply modern and do not show the same characteristics as this one does, so this is simply the best opening of the ten…

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